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market cross

Same as cross, 2 or a cross located at the principal market place of a town.
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The Huddersfield Street Kitchen is open at the Market Cross every Sunday from noon until 3pm.
He said: "The last building I'd want to damage is a 500-year-old market cross. All I can say is sorry to the people of the village."
Now a group of residents are calling for action and working on the Market Cross project with a view to something being done.
Chief Inspector Andy Walker, of Northern Constabulary, said: "The Market Cross is the busiest part of the town and on a Saturday afternoon it is mobbed.
"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:
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.
Celebrations began early yesterday when a 10ft high, elaborately-decorated proclamation known as the Bill, containing local humour and gossip, was placed at the Market Cross in the centre of Lerwick.
Sunday's event - taking place a day before the 85th anniversary - will begin with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque at the Market Cross, Stockton High Street, at 11am and will be followed by speeches by MP Alex Cunningham, MEP Jude Kirton-Darling, Clare Williams from Unison, Marlene Sidaway, actress and President of the International Brigade Memorial Trust, and David Rosenberg, Convener of Cable Street 80.
It was a monastic grange run on a commercial basis and attached to Byland Abbey in North Yorkshire JS*102625068 History is silent on the date of the erection of Emley Market Cross. But crosses of this kind usually indicated that market rights had been granted to the lord of the manor, and it is known that in 1253 Sir Thomas Fitzwilliam, who lived at Emley Old Hall, had a charter to hold a market JS*102625057
They will be going into the Beat Box glass room in Kilkenny's Market Cross shopping centre in a contest organised by radio station Beat 102 103.
The Highland Pipe Band plays at the Market Cross at 12.30pm.