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This redundant church, in the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches, is a medieval building, with a north aisle of 1904. There are two (rather battered) medieval effigies inside said to be of the Martels.

The most famous resident of this very small parish was Henry Jones, whose chief claim to fame was as the inventor of self-raising flour.

The church will be open for visitors, and will have short guides available for visitors to read in the church and to take home.

Address: St Michael and All Saints Church, Llanfihangel Rogiet, Caldicot, Monmouthshire, NP26 3UR.

Directions - leave M4 at Junction 23A; onto B4245 – through Magor and Undy. Under M4 – church on left.

The church is located in a working farmyard. Visitors are asked to respect this.

Parking is in the small lay-by outside the entrance to the farmyard.