The monument includes the base, comprising three steps and a socket stone, the shaft and head of a Grade II Listed standing cross. The cross is located in the churchyard approximately 9 metres south of the Nave. The Cross is medieval in origin with modern additions, all of limestone.

The base of the cross, which is largely medieval, includes three steps of square plan now supported by a shallow concrete plinth. Resting on the top step is the socket stone, a single block, square in section at the base, with moulded and chamfered corners rising to a top of octagonal section. Fixed into the socket stone are the remains of the medieval shaft, rectangular in section at the base and rising above the moulded and chamfered corners in tapering octagonal section to a height of 1.29m. Set onto the top of this fragment is a modern shaft with an integral cross head, which takes the form of a gabled cross with a carving of the Crucifixion on the west face.

The Cross has been identified as being of national importance as defined in the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979.