Cross in All Saints Churchyard
We don't have any photos of this monument yet.
County Council (Unitary)
SJ997997 (399745, 301891)
The nearest postcode is an aid to location, and does not necessarily reflect the actual address of the monument. Most scheduled monuments are not occupied buildings and have no postal address or postcode of their own. In rural and coastal areas, the nearest geocodable postal address may be several miles away.
The foundations, socket stone, shaft, knop and ball finial of a standing cross of red sandstone, located in the churchyard of All Saints Church, 8 metres south of the south porch of the church. The cross, which is Listed Grade II, is of stepped form and principally medieval in date with some later additions. The two steps are square in plan, with the bottom step measuring 2.33 metres wide, and at least 0.23 metres high. It is partially bonded to the foundations with mortar. The top measures 1.64 metres wide, and is at least 0.23 metres high. The socket stone measures 0.97 metres wide, and is at least 0.42 metres high. The sqaured end of the shaft is morticed into the socket. The shaft rises through chamfered corners to a tapering octagonal section. The knop and ball finial head are early 20th century additions. The full height of the cross is over 3 metres. Scheduled.
We don't have any user-contributed notes about this monument yet. Do you know anything about it that you can tell us? Add your contribution here.