Cross in St Martin's Churchyard


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English Heritage

County Council

Lincolnshire County Council

District Council

East Lindsey District Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Louth and Horncastle

Grid Reference

OV284284 (528373, 400692)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.487, -0.0650024

Nearest Postcode

DN36 5PR

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Cross in the churchyard of St Martins, made from limestone and dating to the 14th century, restored in 1861. The base concists of three restored steps. On top is a socket stone with a rectangular shaft with chamfered corners which tapers to octagonal. The head takes the form of a crucifix within an octagon. The full height is approximatly 3.3m. Scheduled and listed.

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