St Baglan's Church, Llanfaglan..Nr Caernarfon, North Wales .St Baglan's parish church stands alone in the middle of a field and is now a friendless church owned by the Friends of Friendless Churches. The church, which may have a pre-Christian foundation, contains a stone inscribed Lovernus Fil. Other stones date to the fifth and sixth centuries. Although the C
Located on Chapel Hill to the east of Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales, the ruined church of St Mary the Virgin, complete with ivy-clad tower and overgrown graveyard, is a mysterious and historic relic on the rural landscape. Dating to the medieval period, the church was restored by John Prichard in 1868 only to be gutted by fire in 1977.