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A 15th Century double-nave church in a village setting. Mediaeval features include part of a rood screen, a mosaic of stained glass believed to be from the original East window, a 14th Century memorial to a knight and a large parish chest. Early 18th Century lychgate. The 1872 restoration by John Dando Sedding includes a stained-glass window by Nathaniel Westlake. The churchyard contains a 15th Century preaching cross and several ancient yew trees, the oldest estimated to be 780 years old.

Copies of the Parish Registers will be available to view.

St Cynfarch & St Mary Church, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd LL15 2RU

The church is just off the A525 (Ruthin-Wrexham) road. If travelling by car please park in the Village Hall car park which, if coming from Ruthin, is on the left when approaching the 30 mph sign; if travelling from the Wrexham direction the car park is on the right after the White Horse public house. Public Transport: Llanfair DC is served by the X51, 55, & 76 bus services

Re-ordering work is planned for the rear (West end) of the church so access to this area will not be available. Otherwise the church is fully accessible.





Day Times
Sat 14 Sep 2019
10:00 - 16:00

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