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Most Christian churches are built facing east/west which probably explains
the odd angle of the church to its grounds.
Note the guard posts at the gates which were built so that families could
protect their dead from the resurrectionists.
From ground level shwoing the date plaque and scold's bridle.
A scold's bridle? Also known as a brank. It was used to punish women who
were known to be gossips or who offended others with inappropriate words.
This is the entrance to private pews for the local gentry upstairs in the church.
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