Locally Important Sites

We are publishing each site we have investigated, as part of our Research and Recording Project. Our group is discovering wealth of information about each site. As each site is completed it will be added to the (alphabetical) list here.

Just click on the name of a site to download the .pdf file about it, to learn more about its part in the county’s history of parks, gardens and other designed landscapes. These research ‘dossiers’ are modelled on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens entries produced by Historic England to give parks, gardens and other designed landscapes protection within the planning process.

Addington Manor 
Alderbourne Manor (added July 2017, updated March 2018)
Alscot Lodge

Aylesbury Cemetery
Barton Hartshorn 
Baylis Park, Slough (added June 2018)
Bletchley Park
Boarstall Tower
Brands House, Four Ashes
Campbell Park, Milton Keynes new (added February 2018)
Castle Hill House, High Wycombe
Chalfont Park part of the Capability Brown project
Chenies Manor
Chetwode Manor
Chesham Bois House 

Chetwode Priory
Dadford Burial Ground 
Denham Grove
Ditton Park
 with additional material relating to the Historic England Register entry
Doddershall Park

Great Brickhill Manor 
Green Park, Aston Clinton
Hanslope Park (updated June 2018) our 50th site, well done to all involved
Heatherden Hall, home of Pinewood Studios
High & Over, Amersham 
High Wycombe Cemetery
Hillesden House 

Horsenden Manor
Lilies, Weedon
Lillingstone House 
Little Halings
The Manor House, Bledlow
Manor House/Brooke House, Princes Risborough
Marlow Cemetery
Central Milton Keynes
Orchard House, Olney new (added February 2018)
Poundon House
Rayners, Penn School
Pednor House 

St Katharine’s, Parmoor
Savay Farm, Denham 
Stoke Court
Stoke Place see Nationally Important Sites for the new Historic England Register entry
Tingewick Hall 
Wendover Manor 
Winslow Hall
Woodlands Park
Woodrow High House

We are currently researching these sites:
Aylesbury Museum,
 Bekonscot, Bulstrode, Danesfield, Gayhurst, Medmenham, Peterley Manor, and Shardeloes with more in the pipeline…

Some of these are Registered sites already, but we are re-looking at them as part of the Repton 200 festival in 2018.

Again, as with Historic England Registered properties, a sites appearance here does not imply that they are open to the public. Please check the usual sources, Yellow Book (NGS)Red CrossThames Valley Air Ambulance etc for possible openings.