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Heritage & Archaeology

Lists of significant sites

Historic Environment Records (HERs) are sources of information relating to landscapes, buildings, monuments, sites, places, areas and archaeological finds. They are mainly based in local authorities and are used for planning and development control as well as intending to fulfil an educational role. These records were previously known as Sites and Monuments Records (SMRs), but have been developing into systems representing the wider historic environment. In April 2019 a major 6-year project began to transfer the National Record of the Historic Environment (NRHE) to local authority Historic Environment Records (HERs) gets underway.

You can access the records for Terrington from this link to the Heritage Gateway, then searching for Terrington and selecting North Yorkshire HER.

You can also access HER records through the Archaeology Data Service. Search for Terrington Yorkshire.

The National Heritage List for England (NHLE) is the official register of all nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England - listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. For Terrington the list includes the church, a box tomb in the churchyard, the pub, two stable blocks, a dovecote, an ice house, a village pump, and two round barrows, in addition to Terrington House, Ganthorpe Hall, The Lodge and a number of other houses and farmhouses: Historic England National Heritage List

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This page last updated: 21st December 2021

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