A mid-nineteenth century village church built originally as a Chapel of Ease to the Parish Church in Harewood. In 1978, after the closure of Harewood church for worship, Saint Mary Magdalene became part of the Parish of Bardsey. The original church interior with its timber beamed chancel roof and plaster walls is still recognisable. Also of note are the colourful stained glass windows depicting the life of Saint Mary Magdalene, Saint Michael defeating the devil, Saint George slaying the dragon and the Sower and the Reaper. For visitors who know the work of Thompson's of Kilburn there are many examples of 'mouse man' carvings to see.
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