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In rural Carmarthenshire, seven miles north of Llandeilo lies the diminutive, picturesque village of Talley, with its famous lakes and abbey ruins. In the sixteenth century Talley Abbey was largely destroyed by Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, but part of it continued to be used by the locals as a place of worship until, in 1772, some of the old abbey stones were used to build a church between the abbey ruins and the lakes. This lovely church, dedicated to St Michael and All Angels, is still in use today, where its small, loyal congregation continue the tradition of providing Christian worship and support to the local community. Following an extensive renovation programme, Talley Parish Church is in urgent need of additional funds, so would welcome your support to supplement its income. By using this Easyfundraising website when you shop on line, you will be helping to maintain a tradition that has lasted for nearly 250 years.
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