Clock Tower, Clevedon
|Location||Clevedon, North Somerset|
|Designated||22 January 1976|
The clock tower was given to the town in the late 19th century by Sir Charles Elton to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and is decorated with Elton Ware pottery tiles, and an image of Father Time, also made from Elton Ware pottery, provided by his grandson Sir Edmund Elton, both residents of nearby Clevedon Court. At the base of the tower is a drinking fountain, but it has been out of use for many years.
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