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Listed Buildings in Shotton, Flintshire

  1. II Church of St Ethelwold
    Towards the W of Shotton, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
  2. II Churchyard boundary wall, Church of St Ethelwold
    Bounding Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
  3. II Forecourt walls, gates and railings, Shotton Infants School
    Walls and railings bounding the E, S and W sides of the school and playground (the N side is bound by later brick ranges and walls).
  4. II Former Police Station, including forecourt wall, gates & railings
    In the centre of Shotton, fronting Salisbury Street, which is to the N of the B5129.
  5. II Hawarden Bridge (also listed in Sealand rec no )
    The bridge crosses the River Dee on the N boundary of Shotton Community.
  6. II Shotton Infants School
    Located in the centre of Shotton, to the S of Chester Road (B5129). The school faces N into the playground, the main entrance to the W fronting Plymouth Street, a secondary entrance to the E.
  7. II The Clwyd PH
    On a corner site and in a prominent position, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and King Edward Street.
  8. II The Vicarage
    Located immediately E of the Church and set back from the main road in gardens.

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