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St Beuno's Church

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Map ReferenceSH36NE
Grid ReferenceSH3533068800
Unitary (Local) AuthorityIsle of Anglesey
Old CountyAnglesey
Type Of SiteCHURCH
PeriodPost Medieval
1. Double aisled type, partly 16th century and partly modern.

2. The church is comprised of a chancel, nave, North aisle, South porch, and North vestry, constructed of rubble, grit, and schist with grit dressings. Parts of the South and West walls probably formed an earlier C12 church but much of the surviving structure dates from the C16. It has been rebuilt in modern times. All windows have modern features. The pointed arched doorway is C14, and has two chamfered orders with chamfered jambs and imposts. Reset into the West wall is a C12 arch
which is now blocked. The four bay C16 central arcade is carried on octagonal piers.
(Source: site file AN/ECC/SH36, also RCAHMW Inventory 1937 [1960 reprint], p. 1)
J Hill 28/01/2004