The site of Bilton stocks, a wooden structure in which the feet and/or hands of criminals would have been locked as a punishment. The stocks were used during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. They are situated on The Green, Bilton.
Coleshill pillory, a wooden frame with holes for the offender's neck and wrists, which dates back to the Medieval period. The pillory also has stocks attached and acted as a whipping post. Originally situated in front of the Market Hall it is now on Church Street, Coleshill.
Flecknoe Village Stocks, a wooden structure in which the feet and/or hands of criminals would have been locked as a punishment. The stocks were used during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. They were situated near the centre of Flecknoe.
The site of a pillory or stocks, a wooden frame through which criminals would put their hands and heads and be exposed to public ridicule. The pillory was in use during the Imperial period and was situated at the junction of Church Land and Southam Road, Radford Semele.
There is documentary evidence that there were village stocks, in which an offender's hands and/or feet were locked as punishment, at Lower Ettington. Their exact location is unknown.
A pillory or stocks, a wooden frame containing holes through which criminals would put their hands and feet as a punishment. The stocks date to the Post Medieval period. They are now situated in the RDC Centre in Sheepy Road, Atherstone.
Documentary evidence suggests that this was the site of a Medieval pillory, a wooden frame through which the head and hands of the offender were clamped, inviting ridicule. The site is at the intersection of High Street and Sheep Street. Stratford upon Avon.
The site of stocks, in which the offender's wrists and/or ankles were held as a punishment. They dated to the Imperial period, and were located at the junction of Bridge Street and School Lane, Kenilworth. They were later moved to Borrowell Lane.