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St Peter

A small medieval parish church near the village of Llanbedrgoch it is a Grade II* listed building, a national designation given to particularly important buildings of more than special interest because of its substantial medieval fabric. The date of the earliest church on the site of St Peter's is unknown. The oldest parts of the current building date from the 15th century; it was extended in the 17th century and restored twice in the 19th century. The doorway is decorated with carvings of two human heads, one wearing a mitre. The church contains a reading desk made from 15th-century bench ends, one carved with a mermaid holding a mirror and comb. The chancel and the nave are thought to date from the 15th century, and a transept was added to the east end of the church probably in the 17th century, to form a cross groundplan. The church was restored twice in the 19th century, in 1840 and again in 1885

St Peter