St. Johns Street, Cambridge.
All Saints' Memorial Cross is a monument designed by Basil Champneys in 1882. It stands in the middle of All Saints' Garden, which itself marks the former churchyard of the original All Saints' Church (which was demolished in 1865 and moved to Jesus Lane). Based in St. Johns Street, St Johns Street, All Saints Memorial Cross is a landmark.
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All Saints Memorial Cross is in St. Johns Street St Johns Street. You can view a list of neighbouring businesses by going to the St. Johns Street page.
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Note: the pin is positioned at the postcode centre, and may not correspond with the precise location of All Saints Garden, St Johns Street.