It has undergone two major restorations. The first one was in 1860. The small bell tower was rebuilt as well as most of the west wall. A small vestry was constructed on the north side of the chancel and stained glass windows were installed.
The second restoration happened in 1969. The wood in roof was treated or replaced. The seating of the church was also renewed with spare pews given to St Mary's church from the nearby St John's Church, Barmouth. A Compton Two Manual and Pedal Organ was also given to the church by the Bishop of Bangor, Colquhoun Campbell.
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