Wixford Churchyard Cross

In the churchyard is a fine large base of a churchyard cross with a moulded top edge, the stump of a shaft, and three steps to the platform: 15th century. Lying loose on the floor of the chapel is a carved cross-head which may have belonged to it: on one side is the crucifixion, and on the other a Virgin and Child: partly broken away. Victoria County History of Warwickshire Vol III, p192.

Grid Reference: SP 09010 54932

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Postcode: B49 6DA

To find it: 4 metres south of Church of St. Milburga

Listed? Yes, click here to go to the Historic England site

To find it on the Map: South West Warwickshire