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About St Mary’s Chapel Lawn

 St Mary’s Chapel Lawn

Map of the Chapel Lawn Parish

St Mary’s Church in the centre of Chapel Lawn became a parish church in its own right in 1991 as part of the benefice of Bucknell and in January 2012, became one of seven churches in the new Middle Marches benefice
The peaceful interior of St Mary

The peaceful interior of St Mary's church

Chapel Lawn lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty bounded to the north by Bryneddin Wood, an ancient deciduous wood containing extensive plantings of Sessile Oak. On Caer Caradoc, a 403 metre high hill less than 1 kilometre south of the village, can be found an Iron Age fort with mounds and ditches well defined and maintained by English Heritage.

Chapel Lawn from Caer Caradoc

Chapel Lawn from Caer Caradoc
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