Monument record SBC 038 - Possible 15th century Icehouse, Stoke College

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Possible 15th century ice-house believed to have been in the grounds of Stoke College.


Grid reference TL 741 431 (point)
Map sheet TL74SW


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

1990: In the 1930s the entrance to the icehouse was blocked, and the whole is now totally overgrown. The structure is 160m from the main building. It is though that the monks dug a pond as a source of ice and constructed the icehouse, which was lined with brick (S2).

1993: New headmaster for Stoke College believes there may be a 15th century Icehouse on the grounds (S1). (mapping estimated).

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <S1> Verbal communication: Personal communication. Phone call 04/10/1993.
  • <S2> Monograph: Beamon, S. P. and Roaf, S.. 1990. The Ice-Houses of Britain.

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  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Jul 4 2018 4:11PM

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