Hall Cross is a hamlet on the Fylde coast in Lancashire, England, between Kirkham and Freckleton.
The name of the hamlet would seem to originate in the practice of placing of stone crosses along the roads of the Fylde. There is one of these in Hall Cross at the end of Hillock Lane.
The oldest building at Hall Cross is Hall Cross Farm, the datestone of which shows the date 1777. Hall Cross Farm is a Grade II listed building.
Hall Cross is included in the parish council of Freckleton, and is part of the Fylde borough, and the Fylde constituency.
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