St Tyfodwg's is the ancient parish church of Llandyfodwg, and stands on the uplands of Glamorgan in the village of Glynogwr (Llandyfodwg). The Church is listed as a basic medieval church, but included at grade II* on account of the outstanding monument in the chancel (The Pilgrim Stone) which is of national importance in Britain to the iconography and understanding of medieval art and the universal practice of pilgrimage.
The Pilgrim Stone will be an attraction. On display will be the silverware, including an Elizabethan silver chalice. Church records, including Baptism and marriage records, may be viewed. Photographs and history of the area will be on display. Refreshments will be available.
Address - St Tyfodwg's Church, Glynogwr, Nr Blackmill, CF35 6EL.
The church is situated on the south side of the A4093, approximately half way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch.
Public transport Aberdare to Porthcawl bus 172. Bus stop adjacent to the church. Parking on main road and adjacent to the church. Suitable for disabled access.