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MONUMENT NO. 68882

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Medieval churchyard cross on three steps in St Edith's churchyard. The steps are constructed of local red sandstone carved into ashlar blocks. The octagonal shaft has been restored and reset into the base, sources differ concerning the date of this restration but it occured between 1889 and 1899. The shaft stands 1.2m high and the head is missing. There are four cup shaped depressions in the top reputedly for offerings during the plague in the 17th century. Scheduled.

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