Potential structural remains were indicated by a broad spread of strong reflectors between the modern day flowerbed and rockery, some 30m north of St. Mary and All Saints Church. This correlated well with the previously documented parch marks. Although perhaps not on the scale of a Minster, the responses were clearly of archaeological interest. It was possible that a zone of weak responses north of the rockery related to robbed-out remains, in which case the total spread of response would have been nearer the size expected of a Minster, however, this remained a highly tentative interpretation. Numerous burials and services have also been identified along with shallow trends and responses assumed to relate to landscaping and former churchyard layouts. It has not been possible to comment on the former topography of this part of the site. In the northern survey area, responses relating to former buildings shown on the early edition OS mapping were identified. One of these was most likely to be a cellar beneath the former inn site, whilst other deep reflectors were either small cellars, or remains of split-level properties. There was some evidence to suggest that the yards behind the properties were terraced, rising up towards the south. The generally quiet time slices suggested that the current land surface was made up of relatively homogenous material, rather than coarse demolition rubble. [Au(adp)].