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New drains, new questions

22 October 2008

paddy removing harling near old south wall doorwayDrainage work at the East Church has revealed the building's foundations and raised some new questions about how the church developed.

Corner stones in the masonry indicate the church was originally shorter and, at some point, extended to the east.

Traces of earlier doorways and windows are also beginning to appear, and there are some flat dressed stones in the foundations that have got everyone pondering.

Find out more about the discoveries on our worksite page and take a look at the North Star newspiece.

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