The north wall of this large church is made of coursed rubble.  However, here and there on the nave and chancel walls are odd courses of herringbone masonry, but only occassionally are 2 one above the other.  Set in the opposite wall is the famous south door with its Saxon ironwork.  However it should be noted that this door has a rounded top although it is set in an early English pointed doorway.


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