List number: 1044832
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ0489661513

Village Cross, Bywell


The village Cross in Bywell dates from the 13th century. Having being damaged the structure was altered in the 18th century when a stone ball was added to the top of the remaining column. The village cross is Grade II listed.

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Bywell Village Cross

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Pedestal near St Andrew's Church, Bywell

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Pedestal near St Andrew's Church, Bywell

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VILLAGE CROSS - Bywell - List Entry
- "Village Cross, C13 altered C18. Cut stone. 3 steps up to chamfered base carrying square shaft with worn nail-head ornament on angle chamfers, now truncated and with ball finial added ...

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