Once more a church with herringbone masonry visible in the north walls, this time in the chancel.  The section of wall runs out from the fine quoining of the nave and is terminated to the east by an uneven line of quoining with poor rubble laid walling beyond going to the east end of the later chancel.  Beneath the herringbone is reasonably coursed rubble with a probably inserted doorway.  Presumably this stonework is older than the herringbone masonry above.


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