This is St James the Apostle’s Church in Holywell, North Wales. [Holywell is named after the Holy Well of St Winefride.]
The church is situated on a hillside overlooking St Winefride’s Well, and adjacent to St Winefride’s Well Chapel.
The tower is fourteenth century. The rest of the church mostly dates from the eighteenth century.
The interior of the church is pervaded by a sense of peace and tranquility.
The church is said to have been founded by St Beuno in the 7th Century,and was dedicated to his neice, St Winefride, for many centuries.
It was re-dedicated to St James the Apostle in the eighteenth century, after substantial restoration.
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