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Llandrindod Wells itself has little to show from pre-Victorian times but a few miles outside are a couple of churches which, unlike many in Wales, the Victorians never managed to 'improve'. Diseth is essentially a 15th century building (including the fine roof) with 17th and 18th century fittings, particularly the box-pews (with dates from 1666 to 1722 and owners' names). There are a few remnants of wall paintings but mostly it's a rather rustic whitewashed building inside and out where you step back a few centuries.
Llanfihangel Helygen [St. Michael of the Willow] is a plain, almost barn-like building - one room filled with box-pews, all carefully restored - in the middle of nowhere in particular; a similar period piece.
Written Mar 22, 2010