All Saints

 

Built between 1887-1890 funded by Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones, the architect was Sir Aston Webb. The town had expanded in the latter 19th. Century and there was a need for a church amongst the population of textile workers in that area of Newtown. Local folklore also has it that the church was built to allow the Pryce-Jones family to attend worship without the long walk to the parish church in Llanllwchaiarn, just outside Newtown. All Saints was unusual for a church of it's era in that it had chairs not pews and this factor created the unique ambiance within the building which continues to this day.

This grant will fund a project to supply and replace cast iron guttering and rainwater goods. They will start imminently to avoid further deterioration of the interior of the building decoration and further damage to the organ

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