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 Posted: Sat Apr 27th, 2013 10:03 am
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A smallish, attractive village church. The main roof is stone covered but the steeple and porch roof are slated.

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Hi David.
Lovely architectural style.
What part of the country is this? - Mid Wales / Welsh Borders?



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Hi Ray,

it's in the Welsh Marches, about 4 miles south of Knighton and about the same distance north-west of Presteigne. The village is on the junction of the B4356 and B4357 roads. It's an attractive part of the world if you get the chance to pay a visit.

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Hi David
Yes it it.
I worked for a couple of weeks in Newtown and also used to travel occasionally between Cardiff and Bangor up the A470. Also spend a lovely week in a cottage in Barmouth.
Thankfully I am retired now, so little travelling!



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