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MONUMENT NO. 76173

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A cross in the churchyard on the south side of St James' and St Paul's Church. The cross consists of a modern gritstone block which has been inserted under a medieval sandstone cross base on the original site of the cross, 5 metres south east of the south porch of the church. The remainder of the cross with the head blew down in 1991, and is now retained inside the church. Scheduled and Listed Grade II.

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