Originally the county town of Radnorshire, Mid Wales, New Radnor now sits in the county of Powys. The A44 passes through the town, leading to Crossgates and Llanfihangel-nant-Melan to the west, and Walton and Kington to the east. Radnor Forest lies to the north.
A church was founded in New Radnor in either the 12th or 13th century. St Mary's church lies on the hill overlooking the town. It is difficult to determine the number of churches that have been built on the spot, but the present one dates to the middle of the 19th Century. The only medieval features are two worn effigies recovered from the churchyard, and fragments of the medieval screen incorporated into the communion rails.....
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