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St Marys Portskewett

The site of St Marys is steeped in history, it is reputed that a Church stood on this site before 1066 but the current building dates from nearer 1500. Today the building is a typical Welsh village parish church seating approx. 125 people. It includes a gallery and is the most dominant building in the village. This photo was taken in 2005.

Services: (Denomination: Church of Wales - Anglican):
Sunday, 9:15am Holy Eucharist + 6:00pm Evening song; Tuesday, 10:00am Holy Eucharist and on All Saints Days as announced. Baptism, Weddings and Funerals by arrangement with the vicar.

Contact details:
Rev. Lyndon Harrison
The Rectory
Main Road
Tel: 01291 420313

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