Stocks at Wroxall
Village stocks, in which offender's wrists and/or ankles were clamped as a punishment. The stocks were in use from the Post Medieval to the Imperial period. The stocks have been restored, and are located in a field to the west of the Infant and Junior School.
1 Stocks marked.
2 Two side members still exist, restored in 1977, with a metal strap reinforcing them. Condition on site visit was ‘as restored’, very good. Stocks stand on a slight mound in school field.