The shell of the church remain, towering over the town centre and the Cerenage. In six years, the unsafe roof and gallery has been removed and, after several years, the remains of the storm damage and accumulated rubbish have been removed. Perhaps they lack the funds or had no insurance to do any repairs.
Some of the memorial plaques on thye internal wallks make interesting reading with their accounts of deaths after naval skirmishes and native uprisings. The Catholic Church borrowed heavily to rebuld their cathedral a couple of hundred yards up the hill. The Anglicans are patiently waiting for God and providence!
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