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Description: Village Cross
Date Listed: 14 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 329414
OS Grid Reference: SE9593577296
OS Grid Coordinates: 495935, 477296
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1825, -0.5315
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SHERBURN VICARAGE LANE
SE 97 NE
6/73 Village Cross
Village cross. c1912. Probably by Temple Moore. Limestone ashlar.
Octagonal on plan. Raised on 3 moulded steps. Tapering shaft on moulded
plinth carved in low relief with scenes from the lift of St Hilda. Shaft
has a high-relief carving of St Hilda in a trefoil-headed niche with a
moulded shelf on ammonite brackets and crocketed canopy. Clover-leaf cross
with carved ammonite in the centre. The cross was given to the village
by Sir Tatton Sykes in thanksgiving for the restoration of the Church of
St Hilda (qv).
Listing NGR: SE9593577296
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Source: English Heritage
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