Churchyard Cross in St Peter's Churchyard
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County Council (Unitary)
SJ566566 (356581, 243465)
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A 14th or 15th century standing stone cross located within the churchyard of St Peter's church. The cross is of stepped form and is comprised of a base of three steps and a socket stone, the shaft, the knop and the head. An inscription carved into the socket stone indicates that the cross was restored in 1897 by the parishioners to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the coronation of Queen Victoria. The shaft, knop and head are all early 20th century additions. The cross is scheduled and listed Grade II.
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