Medieval Cross in St Giles' Churchyard
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SJ664664 (366390, 290358)
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A standing stone cross in the churchyard of St Giles, Chetton. The sandstone cross is of stepped form, and includes a base, socket stone and shaft, all of medieval date. Set into the top of the shaft remains are the remains of a sundial in the form of a gnomon. Scheduled.
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