St Cawrdafs Church Llangoed, Churches and Chapels Llangoed, Anglesey - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


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The church of Saint Cawrdaf stands in the north of the village of Llangoed, on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The church stands close to a Victorian school and chapel. Much of St Cawrdaf’s Church was restored in 1881 by Henry Kennedy, although the north transept is dated 1612, and some stonework dates from an earlier church. | The church is dedicated to Cawrdaf, a Welsh chief born 495AD, the successor of King Caradog in Brecknock and Hereford (Brycheiniog). Cawrdaf entered a monastery after retiring, and became a disciple of St lIltyd. There are several other churches dedicated to Cawrdaf in Wales including Llangowdra (Ceredigion) and Abererch (Llyn)
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