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The Church is located in a picturesque setting, during this visit there was a notice that stated the door was unlocked for a trial period to visitors (it's usually locked and you can call the caretaker prior to your visit to arrange to have the...More
Hubby and I have visited this 13th century redundant church several times but it has never been open. However, today (Wednesday) we were in luck. This Grade 1 listed building is owned by Cadw but is looked after by the Friends of Friendless Churches Charity....More