For this church:
Proceeding from the gate near the Bishop’s Walk entrance there is a lightly wooded area with mainly deciduous trees. This area also serves as the car park for the church and sometimes gets a bit boggy in winter. Following the path round past the East Window there are two tombs that are inscribed:
(The age of Mary Newton is unreadable due to the age of the tomb)
Directly under the East Window there is a stone marking the grave of Alleyne FitzHerbert who died 15th April 1860 aged 44. Rector of Warsop 1859-1860.
Near the South Aisle there are several large gravestones that have been laid flat which are too obscure to read.
Around the edge of the churchyard there are two rows of gravestones that were moved to the perimeter to allow for easier grasscutting. These are from the 1800's onwards.
Near the base of the tower there are some examples of 17th century gravestones. A clear, easy to read example is that of William son of Samuel and Elizabeth Smith deceased July 4 1681 aged 48 years.
The only part of the churchyard that is currently in use is that of the Garden of Remembrance. People of the parish who are cremated have two places where they can have their ashes interred. One is in the Municipal Cemetery on Cuckney Hill and the other is the Garden of Remembrance. There are also ashes of former campanologists around the north facing wall of the tower.
A recent addition to the churchyard is a rowan tree that was planted at the bottom of the hill near the war memorial.