South wall revealed
After a week of dedicated hammering by Andrew Burns, the rest of the harling on the south wall has been removed.
No further mysteries have been revealed - and disappointingly there is no sign of the wall raising (by 4 feet) that took place in 1756.
The south wall has been the focus of changes in church architecture fashions over the centuries, and looks to have had major rebuilding over that time - making it difficult to see many earlier features.
The gable ends are now looked to with optimism!
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