Uncovering the history of the church in Lyminge

As today is a rest day, there are no excavations on which we can report.  Instead, a feature article has been added here setting out some of the story of how Canon Jenkins came to be in Lyminge in the first place, how he came to discover the Anglo-Saxon church, and why he developed what we now think are very fanciful ideas about his discoveries.  Fanciful some of his ideas may have been, but we are now absolutely certain that he made a discovery of international importance, and the remains we are now uncovering are a fitting and very significant memorial to the antiquarian Rector of Lyminge.

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