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Historic Site:St Anno's Church, Llananno

Historic Site


St Anno's Church, Llananno, situated by the River Ithon, was a medieval church entirely rebuilt in 1876-7 by David Walker, architect of Liverpool and is a small single-cell church in 19th century Gothic style.

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Please note that the church is kept locked at weekdays for safety reasons




It is on its own alongside the A483 about 12 miles North of Llandrindod Wells on the West side of the road. It is very easy to miss as it is by the river below the road. A few hundred yards to the North is a lay-by with toilets. This is well sign posted and provides a very useful indication when you are close to the church. There is a large lay-by nearer the church to park in while visiting it.