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MONUMENT NO. 109840

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A standing stone cross located within the churchyard of St Dubricius's Church, approximately 9 metres to the north east of the north porch. The cross is of 14th century date and is of stepped form. It includes a base comprised of a single step and a socket stone, part of the shaft and a tabernacle head. The step is square in plan and is constructed from pink sandstone blocks, similar to those used in the construction of the church. Scheduled and Listed Grade II.

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