Stocks at Saxon Mill
Wooden stocks dating to the Post Medieval period, in which an offender's wrist's and/or ankles were locked as a punishment. The original site of these stocks is unclear. They were restored in 1957 and are now at The Saxon Mill public house just north of Warwick.
1 Stocks located at the Saxon Mill, in close proximity to the main wheel. The stocks have a plaque which says, ‘These original public punishment stocks were removed and restored from outside the gates of Warwick Castle July 1 1957.’
2 Circa 17th century wooden punishment stocks and plank bench.