The remains of a Medieval churchyard cross. It is situated 500m north east of Wixford Bridge, in Wixford churchyard.
The site of Knightlow wayside cross which is Medieval in origin. The cross shaft is no longer standing but the stone base is still visible in the top of a mound. The site is situated at Knightlow Hill, 1km north west of Stretton on Dunsmore.
Bilton Cross, a market cross that originally dates to the Medieval period. It was restored during the Imperial period. The cross is situated on The Green, Bilton.
The remains of a Medieval cross. Only the socket stone and a small part of the shaft survive. It is situated in the churchyard of St Lawrence's Church, Lighthorne.
The remains of a Medieval cross standing in the original parish church yard, on Old Church Road, Water Orton.
Hillmorton Cross, a Medieval cross that is situated on the High Street.
A Medieval cross. The steps and socket stone are probably original, with a column square sundial and ball finial which are 17th or 18th century. It stands in the churchyard of St Peter's Church, Coughton.
The base of a Medieval cross is situated in the churchyard of the Church of St. Lawrence, Ansley.
The remains of a Medieval sandstone cross. The two tier base, octagonal socket stone and some of the shaft are original. The rest of the shaft of unweathered sandstone has been restored. It is in the churchyard of St Mary's south of the church at Ashow.
The foundations, two steps, and the socket stone of a Medieval standing cross. It is situated in the churchyard of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Butler's Marston.