Type Clock Tower
Rubble stone battered square tower with S doorway and small side windows at mid height. Timber low clock-stage with clock-face each side flanked by louvred square panels under overhanging bellcast pyramid slate roof with lead finial.
Memorial clock-tower to 4th Baron Kensington who owned land in the area. Said to have been built under the supervision of Lord Kensington's agent John Fergusson. Clock was made by J.W. Benson of London.
Inscription on slate tablet above doorway: MARLOES CLOCK TOWER / IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM, FOURTH BARON KENSINGTON / WHO DIED OCTOBER 1896. / THIS CLOCK TOWER WAS / ERECTED BY MEMBERS OF / THE PEMBROKESHIRE / LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.
Inscription on ornate cast-metal tablet above slate tablet: PENTREF TACLUSA / Y DOSBARTH / 1990 / BEST KEPT VILLAGE / IN / THE DISTRICT
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