Standing Cross on the Village Green, 30m South East of the Junction of Carr House Lane and Lady Green Lane
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County Council (Unitary)
SJ320320 (332048, 403517)
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A Medieval standing cross on the village green at Ince Blundell. The plinth has been restored and the steps rebuilt. The cross shaft and head were inserted in the base block by Sir Thomas Weld Blundell in circa 1876. The cross probably served as a preaching cross and market centre for the village of Ince Blundell. Scheduled and listed Grade II.
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