St Deiniol's Church, Criccieth

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St Deiniol's Church

St Deiniol's Church (Welsh: Eglwys Deiniol Sant), was a church in Criccieth, Gwynedd, Wales (grid reference SH500381). It was built between 1884 and 1887.[1]

The church was designed by Douglas and Fordham, a Chester firm of architects. Its plan was cruciform, consisting of a six-bay nave, a three-bay chancel with sanctuary, north and south transepts, and a south porch.[2] It had a short spire with low, broad, broaches. A west tower was planned but never built.[1] The church closed in 1988,[3] and it has been converted into residential flats.[4]

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  1. ^ a b Hubbard (1991), p. 173
  2. ^ Criccieth, St Deiniol, Incorporated Church Building Society, retrieved 11 June 2009
  3. ^ Hubbard (1991), p. 254
  4. ^ Cut Mark: Criccieth, St Deiniol's Church, Bench Mark Database, retrieved 11 June 2009

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Coordinates: 52°55′13″N 4°13′52″W / 52.9202°N 4.2310°W / 52.9202; -4.2310