OLD CLINK AND FORECOURT WALL AND ARCH TO SOUTH

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1140076

Date first listed: 26-Nov-1985

Statutory Address: OLD CLINK AND FORECOURT WALL AND ARCH TO SOUTH, FORE STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: OLD CLINK AND FORECOURT WALL AND ARCH TO SOUTH, FORE STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Callington

National Grid Reference: SX 35847 69633

Summary

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History

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Details

SX 36 N CALLINGTON FORE STREET (north side),

8/27 Old clink and forecourt wall and arch to south.

GV II

Vestry room and 2 lock-up cells used as a store. 1851 (datestone) at cost of £60 paid by John Couch Johns. Rubblestone with large granite quoins. String between ground and first floor. Slate roof with gabled ends to north, south and east. Projecting stone stack on west with shaft removed. Square plan with 2 rectangular cells on ground floor and single vestry room on first. 2 storeys, asymmetrical south front. Entrances to cells under 4-centred cut stone arches with original heavy planked doors and fanlights above. Bars to fanlight removed on right. First floor; 2-light casement with pointed Gothic glazing bars. Granite lintel. 4-centred granite arch doorway to right with plank door approached by external stone rubble steps. East side; 3-light casement with pointed Gothic glazing bars and datestone above in gable end. North side with similar casement. Ground rises to north to enclose ground floor. Rubblestone walls extending to south to enclose area in front of clink. Large 4-centred cut granite arch with incised spandrels forming entrance in centre on south. In 1851 Henry Bullen was appointed Parish Constable and used the 2 lock-up cells for drunks and vagrants. Vestry room was used by the relieving officers, with the overseer in attendance, when distributing weekly to the 'Out Poor'. Sheila Lightbody The Book of Callington 1982

Listing NGR: SX3585069636

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 61228

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Sources

Books and journals
Lightbody, S, The Book of Callington, (1982)

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