St Pabo's Church

by Bev Barsby

Hello Wil


The Devil Stone.is said to be now inside the church according to Wiki.p

I would love to see inside the church. Do you know how we could get access for the next time we visit Anglesey?

Kind regards, Bev Barsby

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St Pabo's Church
by: William

Dear Bev

Now that's interesting information that would explain why I could never find anything, no matter how hard I tried. I've even been in the fields trying to spot something.

The church belongs to the Church in Wales. I don't know when you are in Anglesey next, but I suppose the best thing to do would be to find out when the next church service will be conducted and attend.

Give me a few days and I'll make enquiries about services and also about whether one of the local people might be in possession of the key for cleaning purposes. A pecuniary gift of appreciation to the church might assist if one can visit outside of normal services.

I might attend with you.

I'll be in touch.

William Gerwyn

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