weeping cross


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weeping cross

A type of preaching cross especially used for public penance.
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Last week Dr Apta, from Weeping Cross near Stafford, was found guilty of misconduct at a disciplinary hearing at the General Medical Council.
As part of a commitment to improve road safety and community safety, the substantial cash boost is being spent on new street lighting columns across the county, including in The Leys and Amington, in Tamworth, and Weeping Cross and Highfields, in Stafford.
The catalogue of abuse against the children, who were between seven and 13, took place between 1971 and 1979 at the teacher's previous home in nearby Stockton Lane, Weeping Cross.
His funeral is at St Anne's Church, Weeping Cross, Stafford, at 11.
Alison Crane, of Weeping Cross, Staffordshire, led a group of 15 Midland protesters at the base.
Pupils from Colwich Primary School, Colwich, St Andrew's Primary at Weston and Leasowes Primary at Weeping Cross will also turn out in the parade
Fire crews from Cannock and Stafford were called to deal with the seven-and-a-half ton box van which was ablaze in Falmouth Avenue, Weeping Cross, Stafford,