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Cross-Base 30 Metres South of Church of St Nicholas

A Grade II Listed Building in Dersingham, Norfolk

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Latitude: 52.844 / 52°50'38"N

Longitude: 0.5129 / 0°30'46"E

OS Eastings: 569335

OS Northings: 330343

OS Grid: TF693303

Mapcode National: GBR P41.QGW

Mapcode Global: WHKPT.VSF3

Plus Code: 9F42RGV7+H5

Entry Name: Cross-Base 30 Metres South of Church of St Nicholas

Listing Date: 8 October 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1077864

English Heritage Legacy ID: 221388

ID on this website: 101077864

Location: St Nicholas's Church, Dersingham, King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk, PE31

County: Norfolk

District: King's Lynn and West Norfolk

Civil Parish: Dersingham

Built-Up Area: Dersingham

Traditional County: Norfolk

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk

Church of England Parish: Dersingham St Nicholas

Church of England Diocese: Norwich

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Cross-base, 30 metres south of Church of St. Nicholas


Cross base and detached head of shaft in churchyard. Medieval, perhaps C14 Decorated. Stone. Square base and head of cross with 4 gables trefoil headed angles, shaft of foliate cross springing out of top.

Listing NGR: TF6933530343

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