St. Silin’s Church is a Grade I-listed church connected with Owain Glyndwr, and traces its origins to the early 13th century.  It was burned down by the English after the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, then rebuilt.  In 2003 HLP were involved in sensitively designing a chapel/meeting space with ancillary facilities.

The extension respects the strong character of the Grade I-listed church without detracting from this important example of medieval architecture.

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