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Uploaded on Jan 15, 2012
Ringing on this lovely, newly-restored six in beautiful mid-Wales. The tower is the oldest part of the church and probably the only bit to survive quite a drastic rebuilding in the mid-19th century. It is unusually placed at the east end of the south aisle and has very thick walls and tiny windows, perhaps for defensive purposes. The bells have been six since 1904 and were rehung in 2011 (not 2010 as it says!) by Whites of Appleton, Oxfordshire and received a tuning at Whitechapel at the same time. They are now lovely to ring and sound good too.