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War Memorial Cross

A Grade II Listed Building in Great Easton, Leicestershire

War Memorial Cross, Great Easton

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Erected about 1920. Double stepped octagonal plinth and square pedestal chamfered to octagon at top leaving corner as simple spur. From this rises a shaft, square at base, then octagonal, with cross rising from crenellated finial. The cross has foliated ends to arms and shield in centre. The pedestal and base of shaft have inscription and names of fallen in both World Wars. Total height is about 5 metres. (Photo Jun 2012).

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on 13 June 2012

Photo ID: 48543
Building ID: 101188176
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