Remains of medieval walls in Wootton Wawen churchyard
The remains of an east-west aligned wall and a north-south running wall from a building pre-dating the 13th-century south aisle were recorded in service trenches.
1 A watching brief in 2004 revealed the remains of two walls made of coursed small squared blocks of Limestone with no visible mortar. These were located to the west of the south-western corner of the south aisle. They were believed to pre-date the 13th century south aisle.
2 A continuation of one of the walls observed in 2004 was found in 2006. Below 13th-century south aisle wall.