St. Margaret of Antioch, Bodelwyddan

The Parish Church of St. Margaret of Antioch, Bodelwyddan – known as “The Marble Church”.

the Marble Church

The Marble Church was built by Lady Margaret in memory of her late husband, Sir Henry Peyto Willoughby de Broke. Within 4 years the church was completed and was consecrated on 23rd August 1860 becoming the Parish Church of the then newly formed Parish of Bodelwyddan and covering an area formerly part of the Parish of St. Asaph.

Service Times

First Sunday
11:00,Holy Eucharist
Second Sunday
11:00,Holy Eucharist
Third Sunday
11:00,Holy Eucharist
Fourth Sunday
11:00,Holy Eucharist
Fifth Sunday
11:00,Holy Eucharist

Other Services

Wednesday,10:00,Holy Eucharist

Opening Times

Open daily from 09:30 to 16:30 throughout the year except for December 25th to January 6th. Access is easy via a gently-sloping ramp at the west door.

St. Margaret’s is one of Britain’s finest Victorian Churches and its interior is decorated with a variety of marble.

Public Transport

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