This work was probably done within half a century of the original, as the windows in the north wall, and one in the south, although taller than the earlier window and less splayed, still date from the late thirteenth century.
This work was followed closely by the erection of a tower at the west end, which later collapsed in the medieval period, destroying much of the west end of the nave.
To the east of the church on the road to Knighton is the old house of Monaughty, a corruption of the Welsh Mynachdy (Monastery).
Others may come in and find familiarity in our antique bar, salvaged from Labadies, The Hitching Post.
ODells has hosted and participated in local charitable events such as a pub crawls, block parties, theme days, and other events to support local causes.
An anchorite building was erected at the west end in the fifteenth century and a squint made through the wall so that Dame Emma Raughton could observe and hear the mass being said. The church was restored between 18 by JB and W Atkinson of York, which included the rebuilding of the south aisle wall, the addition of a porch and a vestry, half of the roof being replaced, new seating provided throughout, the pillars and walls scraped, and a new organ provided The masonry work was done by Mr.
The chancel ceiling and reredos were decorated by Mr. This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).