A NEW report has outlined a detailed list of buildings and monuments around Uttoxeter that are in a vulnerable state due to neglect, decay or damaging change.
English Heritage has launched its 2012 At Risk Register, an insight into the state of celebrated local treasures.
Around the Uttoxeter area numerous buildings and monuments are included in the register as requiring attention.
The Alton and Farley conservation area as a whole is included with English Heritage describing it as in a poor and deteriorating condition.
Alton Towers Grade II country house and its attached garden walls also remain on the register.
The circa 1810 buildings are said to be in a poor condition but English Heritage said a complete condition survey has been undertaken and emergency work completed, while a phased programme of further works and a conservation management plan is being prepared.
Also included on the 2012 register is the Church of St Mary and St Barlok in Norbury Hollow, Norbury, which contains one of the most important series of 14th century stained glass windows in England.
It survives in exceptionally complete form to the whole of the north and south walls of the chancel but it is at risk due to problems of dampness and condensation.
English Heritage offered the church a grant in December 2010 and repairs and protection work are now under way.
Nearby Norbury Manor moated site and its eight fishponds and connecting channels are also included on the register with it being described as having ‘extensive significant problems’, in a ‘declining’ state and ‘vulnerable to collapse’.
At the majestic Hoar Cross Hall in East Staffordshire a pair of gates and gate piers circa 1700 and moved to their present site in 1870 are also seen as at risk.
The wrought iron is said to be corroding and a wall is in need of repair and English Heritage states it requires further inspection and review.