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Church kept open.

 

Ordnance Survey reference: SH 367 729

 

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Tal-y-llyn was one of our four new Welsh vestings in 1999. It sits in a huge churchyard which throws into relief its diminutive scale. Like so many Welsh buildings it is difficult to date but its origins are clearly medieval and its fittings are for the most part 18th century, including the communion rails and pulpit.

 

As most of the original open-backed pews with paddle ends were stolen during the period of redundancy they were re-carved by a local craftsman as part of our 1999/2000 repair campaign.

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