St Sinian’s Church occupies a striking position at the centre of the formally planned village of Tyrrellspass. It is an ornate example of a Board of First Fruits church having elaborate carved stonework and intricate timber tracery windows. Conservation works have been carried out with aid of various grant schemes to address damage to the fabric due to ineffective weathering and barrier-forming exterior paint. To date the gutter at the base of the spire has been releaded, undersized rainwater goods replaced, and flaking exterior paint removed and replaced with breathable mineral paint. In 2014 the elaborate timber windows and lattice-pattern belfry louvres were repaired and painted with linseed-oil paint.
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