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Church of St Beuno, Llanycil, Merioneth


Diocese of St Asaph     (formerly: St Asaph)

N.B.Position of marker is approximate and does not necessarily show the exact location of the site.

Site OS Grid Ref: SH91473487

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Church (Anglican)

Built on an early Christian site and restored in the nineteenth century. The church closed in 2003 and was purchased by the Bible Society in 2007.

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Works at this site:
  Angels Greet the Three Women at the Empty Tomb Angels Greet the Three Women at the Empty Tomb
1903
Church of St Beuno, Llanycil
south wall of the nave
  Christ with the Healed Leper Christ with the Healed Leper
about 1880
Church of St Beuno, Llanycil
north wall of the nave
  Moses and the Brazen Serpent with Christ the Good Shepherd and the Light of the World Moses and the Brazen Serpent with Christ the Good Shepherd and the Light of the World
1883
Church of St Beuno, Llanycil
east wall of the chancel
  Former East Window Former East Window
1855
Church of St Beuno, Llanycil
north wall of the nave

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