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St Afan's Church, Llanafan, Ceredigion, West Wales
St Afan's Church, Llanafan, Ceredigion, West Wales. During the medieval period, the church was an outlying chapelry of Llanbadarn Fawr. The church lies within the upper division of the hundred of Ilar of Cardiganshire. For a great many years the tithes went to the Chichesters of Arlington, Devon, England. They are not known to have contributed to the church building, which for centuries was accepted as the responsibility of the Vaughan family of Trawsgoed.<br />
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Stock Photo by Paddy Bergin