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St Michael and All Angel's church

Criggion is a village and township of the ancient parish of Alberbury in Montgomeryshire. It formed a civil parish in 1866, which was merged with that of Bausley in 1933 to form Bausley with Criggion. The township has a boundary with Shropshire to the south-east.

Criggion Radio Station was located nearby. A branch of the now defunct Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway terminated at Criggion.

St Michael and All Angels church was built in red brick in 1770 and a stone-built chancel added in the mid-19th century. It is a Grade-II* listed building.[1]


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