Village stocks, in which an offender's wrists and/or ankles were held as a punishment. The stocks probably date to the Post Medieval period, and the remaining wooden stump is located 50m southwest of St John the Baptist's Church.
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.
Dunchurch 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 in Market Place, Dunchurch.
Stocks, a wooden structure in which offenders' hands and feet were locked as a punishment. They were in use between the Medieval and Imperial periods and are situated north of Manor House, Haselor.
The site of Medieval or Post Medieval stocks, a wooden frame through which criminals would be made to place their hands and feet as a punishment. The stocks were situated on the green by the Old Rectory in Lower Brailes.
Documentary evidence suggests that this may be the site of a lock up which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on a tithe award map of 1842. The lock up was situated between Old Road and New Street, Shipston.
A Post Medieval gaol or prison, built of stone in the late 17th century. It is now a private house but retains some of the original features. It was situated on the south side of Broad Street.
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.
The site of gallows, a wooden structure from which criminals were executed by hanging. These gallows, which date to the Post Medieval period, are clearly marked on a map of 1760. The place-name Gallows Hill survives.
Documentary evidence suggests that this is the site of gallows, known as 'gallows knob', where criminals were hanged from a wooden structure. The period of use is unknown. The site is at the west end of Mill Lane, Cubbington.