For this church:
Egmanton Our Lady of Egmanton
The churchyard surrounds the church on all sides and covers an area of 0.3 hectares (0.7 acres).
The churchyard is irregular in shape; to the north and west are straight boundaries with the adjoining properties, but to the east and south the boundaries follow a curving line along the road. The church is positioned towards the south with burials on all sides. To the north-west is a motte-and-bailey castle probably of 11th century date and it is entirely possible that the churchyard occupies part of the outer bailey of this castle.
A Grade II listed late 17th century sundial is situated to the south of the south transept. The inscription on its base reads:
The World War I war memorial is also located in the churchyard, near the east window.