Abberley Clock Tower
|Abberley Clock Tower|
|Construction started||29 June 1883|
|Client||John Joseph Jones|
|Owner||Abberley Hall School|
|Height||161 feet (49 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||James Piers St Aubyn|
Clock by J. B. Joyce of Whitchurch
|Architecture firm||Patman and Fotheringham|
Abberley Clock Tower is a prominent distinctive clock tower in Abberley, Worcestershire, England. Built by James Piers St Aubyn around 1883 for Abberley Hall it is now part of Abberley Hall School. It is a Grade II* listed building and claimed to be visible from six counties.
- Pevsner, Nicolas (1968). The Buildings of England: Worcestershire.
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