VIDEO: Restoration

PUBLISHED: 15:20 16 November 2010 | UPDATED: 15:36 16 November 2010

Feniton church warden, David Lanning, shows the progress that has been made with the restoration of Feniton church after the October 2008 floods. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 6131-46-10AW

Feniton church warden, David Lanning, shows the progress that has been made with the restoration of Feniton church after the October 2008 floods. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 6131-46-10AW

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Churchwarden David Lanning gives a fascinating insight to flood repair work at Feniton parish church.

TWO years after St Andrew’s Church, Feniton, was wrecked by freak weather, which submerged the church in flood water, work is now under way to repair the damage.

Churchwarden David Lanning explains how the work is progressing and few other interesting details - including a tale about bodies being buried under the church.

Most were removed decades ago, to rid the building of bad smells, but, it would appear, one body was overlooked.

Watch this video and all will be revealed....


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