The first records of the church of St. Michael in Llanfihangel y Creuddyn come from documents from the mid-thirteenth century. It was expanded in the 15th century, when a massive tower was erected. The early modern renovation was carried out in the years 1870-1874, but unfortunately all portals and windows were replaced, and a porch and sacristy were added than.
The church was erected on a Latin cross plan. It received a form similar to the church at Llanbardarn Fawr, but with a shallower transept. Apart from it, it consisted of a single nave, rectangular in plan, a short, four-sided chancel and an exceptionally massive, four-sided, three-story tower located at the crossing. Inside, a barrel-shaped, wooden roof truss from around 1500, used in the nave and presbytery, has survived.
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Website coflein.gov.uk, St Michael’s church, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn.