The gates were moved from the chancel in 1881. They were moved to the end of the new path leading down to the mere. They are said to have been made by the Davies brothers of Bersham. After 128 years in the open they were in need of some repair. Mr Hallett of Tarts Hill Hanmer removed them to his workshop. They have been repaired and treated to withstand another 128 years. They were replaced on Friday 21st August 2009.
The sun shines through the gates in a winter scene. The trees are bare. The mere stretches away in the distance.
Entered 18th March 2015 last updated 18th October 2018 by Bill