Bishop Burton is a historic village. But which buildings are actually protected? Well, the British Listed Buildings web site identifies 15 properties/constructions that are listed. They are:

Bishop Burton Grange, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Callais Farm House, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Old Farmhouse, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Killingwoldgraves, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
The Old Village Pump, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
13 and 14, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Northview, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Red House, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Westfield Farmhouse, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Forge Cottage, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Lings Farmhouse, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Eastfield Farm House, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Church of All Saints, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
North End Farmhouse, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire
Former High Hall Entrance Lodge at Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton, The East Riding Of Yorkshire

The detail of each entry can be viewed by clicking on a particular link.

Is anywhere missing? Do let me know if that's the case. 

The war memorial at the side of the Mere was listed in July 2015. It does not feature yet on the British Listed Buildings web site.

 

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