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Latitude: 52.3284 / 52°19'42"N
Longitude: -4.1138 / 4°6'49"W
OS Eastings: 256048
OS Northings: 272139
OS Grid: SN560721
Mapcode National: GBR 8Q.VHQ5
Mapcode Global: VH4FQ.NQ1X
Plus Code: 9C4Q8VHP+9F
Entry Name: Church of St Deiniol
Listing Date: 21 January 1964
Last Amended: 9 August 1996
Source ID: 17135
Building Class: Religious, Ritual and Funerary
Location: Situated prominently above Llanddeiniol village, some 600m E of A 487, on W side of Carrog valley.
Community: Llanrhystyd (Llanrhystud)
Traditional County: Cardiganshire
1832-5 by George Clinton of Aberystwyth; much remodelled in 1883 by Middleton and Son of Cheltenham for £895, R Williams & Son builders. 1832-5 church had short chancel, three Tudor-arched nave windows and clasped W tower. The 1883 remodelling provided the nave windows and roof (to higher pitch), tower W door and W window, and a big rounded apse raised on a basement bier-house. This work was paid for by the Rev W H Sinnett of Carrog house.
Squared rubble stone, ashlar dressings and slate roofs with red terracotta ridges. Nave roof with coped gables and E cross-finial. W tower, nave and round-apsed chancel. Tower partly clasped by nave W end. Plain square stage up to nave ridge height then slightly setback bell-stage with chamfered pointed opening each side and corbelled shelf under battlements. Ashlar W door with cusped head and hoodmould. Lancet nave windows with cusped heads and hoodmoulds, one each side at W end and paired to long sides. Apse has high battered undercroft with shoulder-headed E door, then set-back walling with ashlar sill and eaves courses. Five windows to curved apse with extra light in straight S side; ogee-headed cusped main lights with 3 foiled circles over.
Ashlar chancel arch on corbelled shafts and ashlar rear arches to windows. Tower projects into nave with cusped door. The ringing-floor has evidence that it was open on 3 sides, perhaps part of a gallery, and small Gothic-panelled cast-iron piers are deeply inset into E face. Tower N and S doors with decorative stained glass and Gothic vestry screen with similar Arts and Crafts glazing. Nave has fine 7-sided panelled roof; chancel with wood-ribbed curved roof and ashlar wall recess to S. Three stained-glass windows of 1883 by Clayton & Bell; marble plaques to the Rev I Griffith (d 1839) and various members of the Richards family.
Included for its special architectural interest, particularly the prominent apse above the village, where there are several other listed items.
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