A close-up inspection showed that all of the crockets were still intact with the exception of cracks to the east side (1 no) and to the north side (1 no). While the latter still felt firm, possibly having been repaired during previous works, a temporary repair was carried out to the crocket on the east elevation. Additionally a part of the return end of the dripstone was removed to the south side and was labelled and set aside for possible reuse. Some other deterioration was seen to sections of mullions and transoms to all sides. However this was far less to the north elevation due to its more sheltered position. The timber slats to all openings were generally fair although inevitably weathered. Some tongues had slipped slightly in places.