St Tecwyn, Llandecwyn

Church open daily for meditation and prayer


Situated on a c6d088_bfad4df1242db2aa7d0c87b095fe1daf.jpg_srz_p_353_277_75_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srzhill-top with rewarding views of Harlech Castle, the estuary of the Afon Dwyryd and beyond the Llŷn Peninsula.

The current church dates from 1879 which replaced a much older church. The only remains of the old church are a small stone basin in a recess on the south wall and an 11th century memorial to Tecwyn, a companion of Tanwg and Cadfan. The site is ancient neolithic/ bronze age and is now part of the signposted Ardudwy Way.

The church is a member of the small pilgrim places network

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