In 2008 Wessex Archaeology was asked by Philip Hughes Associates to make scaled plans and elevation drawings of the damaged Grade II Listed stone cross at Leigh in Dorset.

The measured drawings were used to piece the cross back together and villagers celebrated the restoration of their cross at a blessing by Bishop George Browning on 14th August 2009.

Further information about the cross can be found on the Leigh village website and Dorset Vol. I – West, A Survey and Inventory by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments published 1952.

Plans and elevation drawings of Leigh Cross produced by Wessex Archaeology's Graphics Office

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