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The present church was built in the second half of the 14th century on the site of an earlier one, of which nothing remains. Extensive alterations were made in the late 15th century.The roof was removed, the side walls reduced in height and rebuilt with the current windows while the nave arcade was raised to its current height.
From the tower rises a red kite, a bird almost extinct elsewhere in Britain but thriving here.
The church is dedicated to Oswald, King of Northumbria, killed in battle against Pendra, the King of Mercia in 642.
The brief notes on the church that follow are from this source.
Richard Cholmondeley the younger, was a benefactor in 1488 and it is known that Sir Randal Brereton gave the tenor bell in 1508.
Among the other significant local families were the Dod family of Edge Hall, and the Tarletons of Bolesworth, whose hatchments hang with those of the Cholmondeleys of Cholmondeley Castle in the nave below the clerestory.
It shows Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, who died in 1596, and his second wife Mary.
The east side of the tomb shows Sir Hugh's son, Sir Hugh the younger and his wife Mary Holford.The Lord Lieutenant of Brecknockshire and Lord Lieutenant of Radnorshire were appointed as Lieutenants. Mrs Elizabeth Shân Legge-Bourke LVO of Crickhowell.In December 2007 Powys was awarded Fairtrade County status by the Fairtrade Foundation.The bird is "semy of black lozenges" for the former coal mining industry while the golden fleece it carries is a reference to the importance of sheep rearing in Powys.Powys was originally created on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, and originally had Montgomery and Radnor and Brecknock as districts under it, which were based directly on the former administrative counties.Powys covers the historic counties of Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire, most of Brecknockshire (Breconshire), and a small part of Denbighshire – an area of 5,179 km² (2,000 sq miles), making it the largest unitary authority in Wales by land area and about the same size as the country of Trinidad and Tobago.