Fig B1 (Fig 12b) Sutton Church with its twin bellcote. c 1900.
Fig B2 (Fig 12a) Sutton Church today.
Fig B3 (Fig 12d) “Two terrifying gargoyles on the church wall have been looking northwards for centuries.” (A Mee)
Fig B4 Sutton Church path and North door. The path was restored and the land either side planted with spring flowers to commemorate the Millennium.
Fig B5 Sutton Church South side – a view not often seen.
Fig B6 (Fig 12n) Scratch dial on the South wall of chantry chapel
Fig B7 (Fig 12m) “…low walls and dark stone roofs of a farm bordering the churchyard.” A Mee
Fig B8 (Fig 12p) Anglo-Saxon carved stone – possibly former cross shaft on East wall of the dovecote on the South side of the churchyard.
Fig B9 (Fig 12p) Anglo-Saxon carved stone – possibly former cross shaft on East wall of the dovecote on the South side of the churchyard.