Cross in St Margaret's Churchyard
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Norfolk County Council
King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council
North West Norfolk
OV589589 (558927, 320197)
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The remains of a standing stone cross located within St Margaret's churchyard. The cross is 14th century in date and includes the socket stone and the lower part of the original shaft. The socket stone measures 0.65 metres square at the base and rises through chamfered corners with stop angles to an octagonal section on the surface. It is 0.38 metres high. The base of the shaft is mortised into the socket stone and bonded with cement. It is 0.24 metres square at the base, rising through chamfered corners to a tapering octagonal section, and is 0.77 metres high. The full height of the cross in its present form is 1.15 metres. Scheduled and Listed Grade II.
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