|St.Peters' Church, Melverley, Shropshire|
Melverley is one of the two timber-framed churches in Shropshire, ( the other is at Halston) and is set above River Vyrnwy, the Welsh border.
This is probably a Millenium replacement for an earlier dial and is mounted on a straight-sided chamfered column 875mm high. not subThe hours, shown by Arabic numerals, are not subdivided and the six o'clock line is not at right angles to the sub-style. The gnomon is pierced by a cross.
A plaque, riveted to the dial plate, bears the inscription:
Melverley Church. A place of worship for a thousand years
1st. January 2000