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Taken 30-Jul-12
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Llanferres church, near Mold

"The earliest documentary evidence to the church is in 1291, although it is possible that it has a medieval origin. Alterations were made to the church in the 17th century, which are indicated by a datestone of 1650. Some rebuilding took place in 1774, probably under the direction of the Chester architect Joseph Turner. Another Chester architect, Thomas Jones, added the south transept, the west tower, and possibly two galleries. A third Chester architect, John Douglas carried out an internal restoration in 1891–92. This included stripping of the plaster, removal of the galleries, and a new screen. Glass was removed from the east window and inserted into windows at the west end." Full information at http:/​/​en.​wikipedia.​org/​wiki/​St_​Berres'_​Church,​_​Llanferres
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Churches
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Keywords:christianity, churches, cymru, llanferres, mold, religion, wales

Llanferres church, near Mold