13th Century Extension


There was an extension to the church in the 13th Century. By which time building technology had moved on and glass was more widely available. The new building, dedicated by the bishop in 1284, had glazed windows and extended as far east as the present church.


Further extensions to the church took place in 14th and 15th century when the south aisle and tower with intricate flush work were added.

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