A large hole has formed right through the gravestone.

 St Michael and All Angels, Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire
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The modern (1980) St. Michael's is the fifth parish church since medieval times and sits framed inside the ruins of the Gilbert Scott nave of 1874.
 The graveyard around the church is very overgrown and Claire and I were shocked at the way it has been allowed to deteriorate.
 This is the first gravestone we have seen that has eroded so much that a large hole has formed right through the centre. 
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