Graded locations

Listed buildings are graded in each location in this blog. Eg. Grade I, II* II of grade I is of most importance. Grade A relates to Scotland. See BLB


Sometimes we just stumble upon places unplanned.

Name: St Oswald's church
Locality: Lythe Bank, Lythe, North Yorkshire YO21 3RT
Built: 16th century, rebuilt 1910
Grade: I

Artist’s impression showing how the graveyard at Lythe may have looked in the 10th century
Illustration Peter Snowball (looks like two dogs eating a gingerbread man lol)

This a beautiful little place if you are in the North Yorkshire area. If you happen to be visiting the Whitby area or Sandsend, just go up the hill and you will see it. It is a church with a sea view, how amazing is that!! Take a picnic and enjoy the scenery!