Dozens of historic human bones have been found at a church during renovation works.
Crypts were uncovered at Stoke Damerel Church during work to replace the floor - it's believed their contents could date back as far as the 15th century.
An archaeologist has been called to examine the findings after this discovery.
The discovery is not a total surprise - the churchwarden says the team were "pretty certain" renovation works would turn up something of this kind, "we just didn't know when".
The church is currently undergoing a £300,000 renovation project, with a new floor, underfloor heating and lighting being installed.
Stoke Damerel is one of the oldest churches in Plymouth – there has been worship on this site for more than seven hundred years, and these bones could help shed more light on its lengthy history.