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St Peulan’s Church is medieval in origin, and stands in isolation at the end of its raised, grassed causeway.

The church is said to have been founded by St Peulan himself in the 6th century – but no fabric from this period appears to survive.

The chief glory of the church is what is now the font. This dates from the first half of the 11th century, and is almost certainly the product of the same workshop as the fonts at Heneglwys and Llaniestyn and one of the great Celtic crosses now in Penmon Priory.

Free fact sheets on the history and conservation of the building will be available.

Address: St Peulan Church, Llanbeulan, nr Dothan, Anglesey, LL63 5UR.        

Directions - leave A55 at junction 5 going west onto A4080 marked Aberffraw.  After half a mile turn left by chapel in Engedi, keep left following lane to roadbridge over A55.  Follow road to right signposted to Dothan.  Church found after 3/4 mile.  Lies at the end of a causeway.  Please park and walk from the end of the road - do NOT drive down the causeway.