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Cross Tree Centre

 

The Cross Tree Centre is a community facility located close to All Saints church, Wraxall. It takes its name from the 300 year-old tree which grew just south of the lych-gate of the church, beside which was an ancient stone cross, now disappeared, that marked the old centre of the village. This was traditionally the site of medieval markets and fairs held by virtue of a Royal Grant embodied in a Charter of 1291.

The old church school (Grade II listed) was built in the church-yard in 1809. In 2009 it was restored as a meeting room and extended to include a kitchen with the aim that the resulting Cross Tree Centre will be a focal point for life in Wraxall.

To book the Centre please send an email: