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The earliest part of St Cybi’s Church, Holyhead, Anglesey was built in the 13th century within the walls of a Roman Fort. The porch was added as part of a rebuilding programme in the early 16th century. The doorway has a plethora of heraldry and beasts, and the wall above is lined with flowing tracery around a relief-carved figure. Canopied niches, which would originally have held statues, can be seen either side of the doorway.
The model was undertaken in partnership with St Cybi’s Church and Cadw, and created by Gwynedd Archaeological Trust in 2019, prior to repair and preservation works at the church whose stonework is being damaged by erosion and pollution.