Alternative Names Clink
Location Surviving door attached to west wall of St Andrew's Church, Church Square, Stratton
Map location exact or closely approximate
Year opened Unknown
Year closed Unknown
Building Type Lock-Up
Remarks St Andrew's Church Grade I listed and listing references 19th century door with 'CLINK' picked out in studs. Lock-up original location unknown. Leslie Brooke, in his book on West Country lock-ups, states that the original lock-up building had been converted into a convenience, but then demolished, and the site used for a car showroom (in c.1985). A photograph of the door of the lock-up dating from 1935 can be seen here: https://www.francisfrith.com/stratton/stratton-door-of-the-clink-ancient-lock-up-1935_86667
' Circa early C19 plank door of parish lock-up fixed to west wall of church is studded and has the word "CLINK" picked out in studs. '
Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'Church of St Andrew, Church Square', Stratton, LEN1279033
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