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St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's Church St. Mary's is a Norman foundation, (the church is listed in a taxatio of Pope Nicholas I in 1291). The tower dates from the 14th century. The present nave, south aisle and chancel were built in 1875. The south porch has a room above it, to which access is provided by a round tower capped with a conical roof. Stained glass in the east wall is by Kempe, 1877 and in the west wall by Heaton, Butler and Bayne, 1945. In the porch is the effigy of John Lloyd, "squire to the body" of Elizabeth I. The church is usually open for worship each week but please check first to avoid disappointment. The Church registers date from 1681 full details can be found at the GENUKI site The church has 8 bells, the heaviest being 8 cwt, which are regularly rung

Submitted By:The Reverend Neil Hook
Address:The Vicarage,1 North Road,BUILTH WELLS,LD2 3BT
Phone:01982 552355
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