I visited this church once before and while I was in Wales the other week I returned to see if I could get some internal views but alas the place was closed so I took some more external views.
This war memorial is in the porch. Considering the size of the community that loosing those men hit them hard beside the war memorial are some interesting stone ones these two being of the same fam
A footpath runs through the churchyard and you pass these graves and headstones
Along the wall at the back are these large headstones
This is one the more interesting, the wording is very flowing as though it was written. The dates on it are 1735 & 1736
Going round the other of the church you can see it has left to grow wild as seems the norm now.
Walking back to the front of the church you can see some old headstones in very good condition
They have interesting carvings like this urn
Looking at the ones leaning against the wall I noticed this headstone, it looks old and on checking the date
you could see 1698 or so as the last number was not easy to make out
Walking to the overgrown side I could see the front of the headstones in the grass and took photos of the carvings on them
A scroll and cross
Towards the back you could make out a plant like a Lilly and in front a cross on a scroll with flowers around
There are two headstones beside each other from the same family and both have the same carved dove on it with hands clasped underneath
Walking back past the church I noticed this stone which had some interesting carvings in. It looked like it had been recycled from somewhere else