This really is a magical place - more realm, than place. Because of its location - at the head of a glacial valley, surrounded by hills full of pine and conifer. Check out the yew trees on the boundary (which is Bronze Age) - they are over 2000 years old. The apse of the church is where St. Melangell is said to have been buried.
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