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Memorial inside church to 266 miners killed in explosion in 1934
The current church was built in the 13th Century but there was a previous one mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086.
Inside the church, at the far end, is a small chapel with a lovely mural commemorating the Gresford Disaster. There is a book below with names of those killed and a new page is turned each day. None of these bodies are buried in the churchyard.

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