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Village Cross, Cleatlam


The base stones of a village cross, thought to be of medieval origin, are located on the Village Green at Cleatlam.[1] The stone base is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. It is located near a more recent, and complete, stone cross on the green.

Cleatlam Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cleatlam Civil Parish
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Old Central Cross by The Green, Cleatlam Parish

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Cross : Cleatlam Village Green

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BASE STONE OF CROSS - Cleatlam - List Entry
- "Base stone of village cross. Probably medieval. Featureless block of worn sandstone, about 0.5 metre square and 0,25 metre high, rests upon two sandstone flags...."

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List number: 1121097
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Grid ref: NZ1189318682

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