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Old Church Stoke

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Old Church Stoke
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View of the hamlet of Old Church Stoke
Old Church Stoke is located in Powys
Old Church Stoke
Old Church Stoke
Location within Powys
OS grid referenceSO2894
Principal area
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
FireMid and West Wales
List of places
52°32′N 3°04′W / 52.53°N 03.06°W / 52.53; -03.06

Old Church Stoke is a village in the Community of Churchstoke in Powys, Wales. Until 1974 it was in the county of Montgomeryshire.

The name, as a distinct settlement within the township and parish of Churchstoke, was first recorded in the mid-16th century.[1] The current village includes several timber-framed farmhouses of the 17th and 18th century, the former Oak Inn from the same period, and a 19th-century Methodist chapel.[1]

There was formerly a holy well, or "Lady well", in the village, which was dressed with flowers and rushes.[2]

There is several farms located in Old churchstoke, one being Upper Aldress, farmed by Robert Kinsey and his family

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  1. ^ a b Churchstoke Historic Landscape Characterisation, Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust
  2. ^ Bird, A. History on the ground: an inventory of unrecorded material relating to the mid-Anglo-Welsh borderland, University of Wales Press, 1977, p.90

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