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Listed Buildings in Nolton and Roch, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Church of St Madoc Photos
    Situated in Nolton village, on N side of road.
  2. II Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated in Roch village, just SE of Roch Castle.
  3. II Cuffern
    Situated some 1.4 km E of Roch, S of the road to Hayscastle.
  4. II Entrance walls and gatepiers to Roch Castle
    Situated at SW entry to Roch Castle grounds.
  5. II Farmyard ranges at Southwood
    U-plan ranges around yard with Southwood farmhouse across upper end, and one additional range running E.
  6. II Limekiln at S end of Newgale Sands
    Situated some 150m S of A487 at Newgale, on E side of minor coast road.
  7. II Nolton Chapel Photos
    Situated in Nolton Haven village, on hillside S of the bay, set in walled forecourt.
  8. II* Nolton Rectory
    Situated opposite Nolton church in Nolton village.
  9. II Outbuilding to E of Southwood
    Situated immediately E of house, within small walled yard.
  10. I Roch Castle Photos
    Situated in centre of Roch village, on a rocky knoll visible from considerable distances.
  11. II Southwood
    Situated down short drive S of A487 about I km E of Newgale Sands.
  12. II The Old School
    Situated in corner of Nolton churchyard, fronting directly on road.
  13. II Trefrane Cliff Colliery Chimney
    Situated about 1 km N of Nolton Haven below the coast road in steep valley just in from the sea-shore.

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