This lump of old stone rock, which, curiously, has a lot of pebbles studded into it (why?), is a Grade II listed building. Stuck behind a fence, just away from the road, it doesn't look at all significant.
In fact, it is the fifteenth century Ousley Old Cross - so called because it sits almost next to the Ousley Brook, because it resembles an ancient preaching-cross, and, er, it's old. You wouldn't know.
No one knows its history really; it just seems to have been a fixture here since forever. But someone must have thought it worth preserving, even three or four centuries ago.