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MONUMENT NO. 69639

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The remains of a medieval standing cross in the churchyard of St Lawrence's Church, Stoak. The cross, which is Listed Grade II, has been broken off half-way up the shaft and a sundial set on top. The base is a single massive block of local sandstone, square and measuring 0.72 metres wide and 0.2 metres high above the turf. The socket is square and 0.35 metres wide into which is set the lower part of a shaft, square at the base, rising to octagonal through darts carved at the corners. The shaft stands 1.25 metres high and a sundial plate has been inserted into the broken top. The gnomon in missing. Scheduled.

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