See if you can find "The Leper's Squint
", through which the Lepers, who lived in the Valley below, would make their confessions to the parish priest whilst he and the congregation sat safely inside the building.
The church itself is of sandstone, mainly dating from 1860 but on the site of its medieval predecessor, still mentioned for its surviving leper's squint
in a 14th century north wall.
Hence the ancient name for such an opening, "the leper's squint
." Such is the vantage point available to progressive folk in this country in the present era.