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Description: Churchyard Cross Immediately South of Church of St Leonard
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101242
OS Grid Reference: SX7772753192
OS Grid Coordinates: 277727, 53192
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3659, -3.7205
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9/330 Churchyard cross
immediately S of
Church of St Leonard
Churchyard cross. Probably medieval; restored in 1934. Granite.
Monolithic tapered octagonal shaft with run-out stops at the base of
alternate sides. Set into an octagonal granite socket stone base. The
cross head is C20 and has splayed octagonal arms.
The cross was formerly situated just outside the churchyard on the roadside
to the south, and it is said to have been used as a whipping and tethering
post before it was moved into the churchyard in 1934 when the cross head
Listing NGR: SX7772753192
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Source: English Heritage
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