Watching brief by S Porteus of ASE during groundworks associated with the construction of a new extension to the north of the building. Four brick tombs of late 18th–19th century date were identified and recorded. A total of seventeen burials were excavated during the course of the work, and these were to be reburied elsewhere in the graveyard. A further nine were revealed but were preserved in situ as they were below the level affected by the extension groundworks. The burials all appear to be post-medieval in date. A small amount of medieval pottery and iron slag was recovered from the general graveyard soil, providing evidence of domestic activity and iron working within the vicinity between the 12th and 15th centuries. No evidence was uncovered to support the theory that a north chapel once stood within the development area.