Thesaurus Term/Concept: SHEEP DIP

Identifier 68662
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A place where sheep are washed in a chemical bath to control the parasites of sheep. To conserve the poisonous chemicals the bath is usually small and are not allowed to enter any watercourse.

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Instances/Examples (15)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR11660 Gratton sheepwash (site of), Gratton Lane, Gratton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR23115 Possible Former Sheep Dip, Spring Cottage, off Water Lane, Pleasley (Building)
Monument Type MDR12015 Sheep wash and sheep fold, Tenterhill, Hartington Upper Quarter (Monument)
Monument Type MDR5997 Sheep Wash, Birch Hill Plantation, Scarcliffe (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12023 Sheep wash, on the River Lathkill below One Ash Grange, Monyash (Monument)
Monument Type MDR8880 Sheepwash, 100m north-north-west of Highfield House, Tideswell (Monument)
Monument Type MDR10127 Sheepwash, 209m north-east of Chee Tor Romano-British Settlement, Blackwell (Monument)
Monument Type MDR9081 Sheepwash, Hillhouses Lane, Wingerworth (Monument)
Monument Type MDR13013 Sheepwash, Holme Bridge, Bakewell (Monument)
Monument Type MDR8878 Sheepwash, near Sycamore Inn, Parwich (Monument)
Monument Type MDR703 Sheepwash, Shelf Brook, Charlesworth (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1317 Sheepwash, south of Sheepwash Bridge (Monument)
Monument Type MDR8879 Sheepwash, south-east of Damside Farm, Peak Forest (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2019 Sheepwash, Wormhill Springs, Wormhill (Monument)
Monument Type MDR1705 Sheepwashing pens and dip, Bradford Dale, Middleton and Smerrill (Monument)