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|Dimensions:||Height: c. 450 cm|
|Medium:||sandstone; clock mechanisms|
|Location:||By the side of the main Bawtry Road (A 631) near Green Lane and The Grove.|
|Street:||Green Lane and The Grove|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Description: A clock tower with four faces. The four round clock faces are housed in a square block of sandstone. The visible sandstone surfaces about the clock faces are carved with oak leaves. This is mounted on an octagonal column resting on a square plinth. The whole is placed on three steps.
Shields are carved on three sides of the plinth, a metal shield-shaped plaque on the last.
Inscriptions: A metal shield affixed to the plinth states:
" THIS CLOCK WAS PRESENTED / TO THE PEOPLE / OF WICKERSLEY / BY THE / WICKERSLEY AGRICULTURAL / SHOW SOCIETY / AND WICKERSLEY / PARISH COUNCIL / 1995 "
Commission: Wickersley Agricultural Show Society and Wickersley Parish Council.