St Padarn's church in Llanbadarn Fawr is along the A483 near Llandrindod Wells in Powys Wales. I'd passed the church a few times and for once too the time to stop and get a few photos. There has been a church here since around 1304 but the present one was rebuild during Victorian times.
The internal photos were taken hand held so so forgive me if some are a little out of focus.
Ok I stopped in the layby opposite. You can see an old Milestone telling you that its 10 miles to Builth Wells & 21 to a town called Newtown
The wrought Iron entrance gates
Couple of footpath round the church, one to the main entrance the other for the priest
The belltower with the entrance
On the nave walls are the British Legion flags round the Village Roll of Honor
Further along is this memorial
Evan Williams Davies
Various Family Memorials can be seen on these plaques though the stone plaque here on the wall is just about readable though my photo is a tad shaky
with many interesting headstones though these tomb toms seem to be just dumped beside a family vault
Other headstones appear to be older than the church and delaminating due to frost causing the letting to dissapear