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WHITE CROSS

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The remains of a standing stone cross located on a roadside verge 80 metres north of Poultry Farm. Standing on the east side of the parish boundary between Tydd St Mary and Sutton St James, it represents a medieval boundary cross marking the eastern corner of the parish of Sutton St James. The monument includes the base of the cross, which is constructed of limestone. The base takes the form of a socket stone, a single block about 0.7 metres square in section which is now largely buried. The upper face of the stone, which stands up to 0.5 metres above the present ground surface, includes a socket of rectangular section into which a shaft with cross head would formerly have been fixed. Scheduled.

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