Medieval parish church overlooking the River Clwyd still regularly used for Anglican worship. The church contains a number of curiosities testifying to the history of the village and community from the time of the church's construction in the early fourteenth century until today, including funerary monuments recovered from the Dominican priory and 17th century Welsh wall-paintings believed to be unique.
On Saturday 28th September St Mary's plays host to a monthly craft fair for local artisans. On Sunday 29th September prior to public opening the church holds a family worship service to which all are welcome. Throughout the weekend an exhibition featuring items from domestic life in old Rhuddlan and vintage agricultural machinery will be held. In addition to this Rhuddlan's local history society will display their own research, including old photographs. Visitors will also be able to sit back and enjoy tea, coffee and cake.
St Mary's Church, Church Street, Rhuddlan, Denbighshire, LL18 2YA
St Mary's Church is located just off Church Street overlooking the River Clwyd. Approaching Rhuddlan from the west and having crossed the bridge over the river, Church Street is located on the left approximately 100 metres up the High Street.
Uneven walking surfaces within the church; some steps, but ramps available for wheelchair access.