I recently came across a list provided by Lydiate Parish Council detailing the Listed Buildings within the Civil Parish and thought it worthy of sharing.
All the listings are grade II with the last two below being grade II*. The date after the grading is when the building was actually listed. I’ve added photos where I have them in my collection.
Barn to Lydiate House Pilling Lane II 17-01-1986 Barn and former stable – lintel inscribed 1611
Carriage House at Lydiate House Pilling Lane II 17-01-1986 Carriage house – probably early 18th century
Church House Southport Road II 11-10-1968 Farmhouse – 17th century
Church of Our Lady Southport Road II 17-01-1986 Catholic church – 1854/5
Church of St Thomas Church Lane II 11-10-1968 Church – 1839/41
St. Thomas Church
Church View Cottages Southport Road II 11-10-1968 Two houses – 17th century
Cross (approx 10m north of Church of Our Lady) Southport Road II 11-10-1968 Cross – upper part medieval, lower part a 19th century restoration
Lydiate Bridge Pilling Lane II 17-01-1986 Bridge over canal – c.1770
Looking through Pilling Lane canal bridge at boats moored outside Mersey Motor Boat Club.
Lydiate Hill Bridge Approx 40m from Southport Road II 17-01-1986 Bridge over canal – c.1770
Lydiate Hill (also known as Billy’s Bridge) Bridge over the Leeds Liverpool Canal.
Meadow View Farmhouse Pilling Lane II 17-01-1986 Farmhouse – datestone inscribed 1753
Remains of Lydiate Hall Southport Road II 11-10-1968 Remains of Hall – 15th & 16th century, with 19th century additions
Rose Hill Pygon’s Hill Lane II 17-01-1986 House – 18th century
Scotch Piper Public House Southport Road II* 11-10-1968 Public house – said to date from 1320 but probably 16th century
The Scotch Piper. Recently re-thatched after a serious fire.
St Katherine’s Chapel (Lydiate Abbey) Southport Road II* 11-10-1968 Ruined chapel – late 15th or early 16th century
St Catherine’s also known as Lydiate Abbey
I hope this posting helps fill in some gaps about Lydiate’s history, I know it has filled in some of my own.