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This is a very old church which has been added to and renovated over the years such that only few remnants of its earliest incarnation are visible. It is a very large church for a small(ish) town and its size is emphasised in the interior...More
This is a 'working church' with regular services, and quite lovely if not spectacular. Certainly a pleasant place for meditation or prayer, and the Flemish tapestry, while not well lit, is worth the stop.
Church was open for visitors grave of Mary Morgan in grave yard. Such an interesting and sad story yet town seems to ignore it..church rather plain but open which was nice. Lack of information about some things inside church nut pleasure to visit open church
The congregation was not large but shared all the jobs and made us welcome.
The Vicar's sermon was exceptional in content and delivery and gave much food for thought.
The church is a fine structure particularly the east window but also the unusual lectern
We were visiting to attend the service of a dear friend so it was a sad occasion. I did notice the beautiful stained glass windows and beautifully kept features in this wonderful Church. We were given a wonderful welcome and it was a very moving...More
A wonderfully welcoming Church with so much history. I wish I lived nearer to visit more often or attend a service . The church yard is also very interesting and I would highly recommend a visit if you are in Presteigne, this small town has...More
StAndrews nearly lost its treasure when the church was tempted to sell the tapestry 15-20 years ago
Luckily a small core of dedicated volunteers managed to raise the funds to keep it in place
The only pre Reformation tapestry still to do so in the...More
There are so many things to see, from the great Rood screen, the ceilings and superb brasswork. On the walls are the colours of the Radnor Regiment and The Kings Colours in silk. Add to this the amazing font, pulpit and Organ and you will...More