I was on my way to Penryn from Constantine and saw this marked on the map. Easy to get to, park in the church car park and the stone is in the church yard to the right of the church. There was a service on at the time so I couldn't get any information.
The monument includes a prehistoric standing stone with a medieval cross incised on it, situated in the churchyard at Mabe in west Cornwall.
The stone, which is listed Grade II, is 1.85m high and 0.66m wide at the base tapering to 0.35m at the top. The principal faces are orientated north-south, and on the top of the north face is a small incised `Latin' cross, probably added at sometime during the medieval period. On the east face the granite has naturally weathered along linear cracks, which has given the misleading impression that there is a further inscription or incised ornament on this stone.
The standing stone is set in a low mound and is considered to be in its