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Description: Cross Base and Shaft, About 6.5 Metres North of North Transept in Churchyard of St Lawrence
Date Listed: 16 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130398
OS Grid Reference: ST8223987458
OS Grid Coordinates: 382239, 187458
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5857, -2.2577
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DIDMARTON THE STREET
15/83 Cross base and shaft, about
6.5m north of north transept in
churchyard of Church of St.
Cross base and piece of shaft. Medieval. Small square single
stone base set on to very dilapidated footing, breaking up at time
of survey (March 1986), with large square stone rising to an
octagon with very weathered half-figure sculptures to each corner
and remains of quatrefoil panelling on east side. Shaft set into
top is rectangular with chamfered corners and approximately 0.80m
high, with remains of leadwork setting it in.
Listing NGR: ST8223987458
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Source: English Heritage
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