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Churches which still retain west gallery features or connections

*Corwen, Rhug Chapel WG with turned balusters, entire original furnishings, all painted, including roof timbers. Timber candelabrum. Stunning. If you only visit one church, choose this one!
Corwen, Llangar Old Church

Gallery there by 1730; “The gallery is an ordinary piece of work, but very strong and large and the benches in it all good.”   (Guidebook)  Box-pews

These two churches are both in the care of CADW, which has produced an excellent guidebook.

Llandanug, Dedication not known Gallery dates from the 1840s.
Llangelynin, Fairbourne,Dedication not known Church dates from 1926  “Gallery loft at west end.”  (Guide Book)

Churches which are known to have had west gallery features or connections

Asterisks denote churches in preparation



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