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a cross-shaped monument set up in the marketplace of a town where public business is often conducted

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The market cross was damaged in the 1980s by a lorry and was repaired and moved to its present site a couple of hundred yards away, at the junction of Moor Lane, New Street and Netherton Fold, in 1985.
Damage at the Market Cross jewellery stores in Middlesbrough, |above, and Yarm, right, after raiders struck katie lunn
Parish councillor Lyn Goodfellow said: "The market cross is an iconic building.
Market Cross, Bull Ring, and (below from left) Aston Hippodrome, Potters Lane, Aston, and Lloyds Bank, Colmore Row.
Roman Court has transformed the centre of Rocester in a mixed scheme of shops and 36 new homes including terraced cottages, some semis and six apartments plus a new market cross as traditional focal point.
Coventry-born Walter Ritchie, who lived in Kenilworth and died in 1997 aged 77, is best-known in Rugby for his Shooting Star work at Rokeby First School in Andersen Avenue, and the Crest of the Duke of Buccleuch at Market Cross, Dunchurch.
FOR more details, contact the Orkney Tourist Board, 6 Broad Street, Kirkwall KW15 4NX (tel: 01856 872856) or Shetland Islands Tourism, Market Cross, Lerwick, Shetland ZE1 0LU (tel: 01595 693434).
Table 2: Dental Device Market Cross Country Analysis of Revenue, 2001 - 2015 21
A 14TH MAN has been charged in connection with two armed robberies at Market Cross Jewellers in Yarm and Middlesbrough.
Maybe a guillotine will be erected in the Market Cross to make cuts that are more welcomed than the 1,400 jobs set to go.
Mati Levy, 42, was in tears when he saw the damage he had done after he lost control and ploughed into the market cross at 25mph.
Thieves struck at the Market Cross store, in Middlesbrough, at around 11pm on Wednesday and CCTV footage showed a person in an alleyway behind the Linthorpe Precinct shop.
Market Cross, in Henley-in-Arden, was first erected in the 15th century and is rumoured to have been around 30ft high.
They had hoped to display it for four hours today at the Market Cross in the Shetland capital, Lerwick.
Following the acquisition of Market Cross Shopping Centre in Ambleside for pounds 7m, four recent transactions indicate how the Atmore portfolio continues to develop through investment and development: