Llandegla Denbighshire Wales
The Church of Saint Tecla is in the village of Llandegla in the Diocese of St Asaph, Denbighshire, North Wales. | St Tecla's church lies at the northern end of Llandegla village, a little more than 5 miles south-east of Ruthin. | St Tecla's church is likely to have been an early-mediaeval foundation, and by the 13th Century was recorded as a chapelry of Valle Crucis Abbey. The fabric of the building was, however, heavily rebuilt in 1866, probably to a design by John Gibson.| The church retains a medieval font, a plank chest and, most remarkably, a late medieval chandelier – said to come from Vale Crucis Abbey at Llangollen. | The Church still plays a big part in the life of the community.
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