Henley Market Cross

In Henley in Arden High Street, north of the Gild Hall, is a medieval Market Cross with two well-worn steps, a base, and a tapering shaft about 10ft high, having slight remains of moulded capping. The Head, which fell in 1894, had niches carved with the Rood, The Trinity, St. Peter and (?) the Virgin and Child. (Victoria County History of Warwickshire, Vol III p 206)

Grid Reference: SP 15114 66116

Postcode: B95 5AY

To find it: Just off the B3400 High Street, by the junction with Back Lane

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

To find it on the Map: South West Warwickshire