St. Andrews Parish Church located in the town of Sutton in the Isle is the largest non-cathedral church building I've come across so far. The locals call it a mini-cathedral. The interior has the gothic look like all the other medivel parish churches, but it is very fresh looking. They've added the white plaster to the inside walls to lighten it up and it has been done extremely well. They also have several large stained glass windows. For the most part, the exterior is well groomed, with two exceptions. The cemetary area directly in front of the tower hasn't been mowed in a long time which is evidenced by the fact that the grass is taller than most of the headstones and monuments in that area. The area immediately surrounding the building and facing the streets are well kept and groomed around the graves. There are two cemetary areas to the right of the tower past a short pathway that is very well kept and seems to have more modern headstones. Near the pathway is an area that has locked gates that blocks the access to some old buildings that may have the rectory at one time. Some of the glass in the windows have been busted out and the grass hasn't been mowed in years, probably. There were a couple of nice rose buds, I noticed.