So we drove on, a little further to the northwest, and found an Early English church with a pinnacled west tower.
The chancel arch is Early English, and very narrow, only 3ft.
It is beautifully vaulted in the Early English style, with carved capitals and bases to the supporting shafts.
The style of the decoration approaches the Early English character.
The piers are octagonal, with many shafts, the capitals enriched with foliage of Early English type.
The style is Early English, and the spire reaches a height of 227 feet.
The church at Llanaber is of Early English architecture, and should be visited.
On the east side is a chapel, in the Early English style of architecture.
The term is applied in architecture to a form of ornamental moulding much used in Norman and sometimes in Early English work.
The church is Early English, with traces of Norman work in it.