Using the back cover image: Sandbach Crosses - an Anglo-Saxon market cross

Primary History feature

By Alf Wilkinson, published 3rd November 2014

This image is a reconstruction, or interpretation, by Peter Dunn, an artist, of what Sandbach Crosses might have looked like in the ninth century. They are one of the few remaining Anglo-Saxon stone crosses in the country. They stand in the market place in Sandbach, Cheshire. You can find a photograph, and further background information on the Heritage Explorer site at: www.heritage-explorer.co.uk/web/he/searchdetail.aspx?id=9469&crit=sandbach&rt=1

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