Alternative Names Hawarden House of Correction
Location Cross Tree Lane, junction with Glynne Way Hawarden
Map location exact or closely approximate
Year opened mid 18th century
Year closed unknown
Century of Operation 1700-1799, 1800-1899
Building Type Lock-Up
Remarks Inscription over door reads 'House of Correction'.
'History: A mid-C18 lock-up traditionally ascribed to Joseph Turner, who lived at the Elms in Glynne Way. Exterior: Square sandstone building, single storey plus basement with a shallow-domed stone roof. Parapet with moulded cornice. Central projecting entrance approached by 3 steps and flanked by plain engaged doric columns. Plain bases and square abaci. Contemporary flush iron-studded door. Plain string-course. Blocked, square window to W face.'
British Listed Buildings, 'The Correction House, Hawarden', CADW 21 (https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/300000021-the-correction-house-hawarden#.XQa3erxKiUk)