Sell Motorcycle Shepton Mallet
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About Shepton Mallet
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Shepton Mallet is in the District of Somerset in the UK. Fun fact: Did you know that Shepton Mallet was home to Englands oldest Prison until is closed in 2013?
Shepton Mallet is now one of the oldest market towns in Somerset. The first settlers may well date back to the late Stone Age, but the town was certainly occupied by the Romans when pottery was produced.
In the Doomsday Book, Shepton Mallet is recorded as a small portion of the manor of Pilton. This belonged to the Abbot of Glastonbury. Shepton Mallet was subsequently in the possession of Abbots for nearly 400 years and was (according to Farbrother’s research) known as ‘Sepeton’. This was a compound of two Saxon words, one meaning sheep and the other a town, probably in reference to the large flocks raised in the surrounding area.
Eventually the manor of ‘Shepton’ was tenanted to a Baron Malet or Mallet. Back then, it was common practice for titled families to affix their surnames to the local name of their property. Thus, Shepton Mallet was born.
Motorcycles Wanted - Shepton Mallet
We buy enduro bikes, naked bikes, custom bikes, touring bikes, sportsbikes, supermotos, motocross, scooters, mopeds, choppers, trikes, electric bikes, trail bikes
We Want motorbikes, mopeds, and scooters
We Want Cat S, Cat N, Cat B, Cat C, Cat D Insurance loss, motorbikes and scooters
We Want motorcycles on finance - We settle finance for you.
We Want classic motorcycles
We Want Quad bikes only if they are road registered
Places to Visit - Shepton Mallet
Shepton Mallet Prison is open to the public!!
Visit their website for events and corporate hire
Guided Prison Tours
Walk in the footsteps of prisoners who have been residents of the wings during the last 400 years. Discover what happens behind the high walls and locked doors. Find out more about the hidden world of Capital Punishment from Public Hangings to Execution Rooms and Firing Squad.
Visit Jailhouse Tours at Shepton Mallet Prison for one of ‘the world’s most interactive prison tours’.
Jailhouse Tours conducts guided tours run by ex-prison officers who once managed these very wings. Our two-hour tours give you the opportunity to view this historic building and learn more about its history dating back to 1610.
Once inside, your journey will take you through various areas of this once working prison where you will learn about its history, its inmates, daily life, visits and prison work as well as discover the truth behind Shepton Mallet Prisons' grisly history with executions.
Throughout the tour you will be able to ask questions of your guides and hear stories from the early days through to modern times. You will be given the chance to have a ‘Closed Cell’ experience, which involves entering cells and having the doors closed behind you, to fully appreciate what it would have been like for a prisoner.
Prison tours last for two hours and cover approximately one mile and 200 stairs. Children are allowed on tours but we recommend parental guidance as some of the content may be unsuitable. We regret we are unable to provide wheelchair access on these tours.
Alternatively, explore Shepton Mallet Prison at your own pace. Use our Visitors' Guide and sign-posting to find your way around the site to learn facts about each area, take photos and soak up the reality of being incarcerated. To enjoy a self-guided tour simply turn up at the prison and pay on the day. The site is open from 10:00 - 17:00 during term time and 10:00 - 18:00 during school holidays, last entry is 1 hour before close.