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St Patrick

St Patrick

Open every day 11am to 3pm; other times by arrangement with Janet Somerwill (07803 574545).

Llanbadrig, Anglesey | LL67 0LH

Situated on a windswept headland, St Patrick's is a place of deep peace and prayer.

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St Mechell

St Mechell

Easter to end September 10am to 4pm daily; other times by arrangement with Mary Hughes (07788 842009).

Llanfechell, Anglesey | LL68 0RE

A whitewashed village church with links to a 6th century saint and the story of a running hare.

Our Lady Star of the Sea

Our Lady Star of the Sea

Open everyday.

Amlwch, Anglesey | LL68 9ED

An iconic avant garde church from the 1930s, designed by an Italian architect prisoner of war who married a Welshwoman and settled in Conwy.

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St Pabo

St Pabo

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Llanbabo, Anglesey | LL66 0AE

An almost unique medieval church which has enjoyed relatively little restoration such that it remains largely medieval dating from the 12th century and mentioned in the Norwich Taxation of 1254.

St Rhwydrys

St Rhwydrys

Always open. Please ensure the door is firmly closed to keep out straying cattle or sheep! Nearest parking at National Trust Bryn Aber (grid ref SH329936).

Llanrhwydrys, Anglesey | LL67 0DY

A tiny, ancient church perched near the sea in the quiet of remotest north Anglesey.

St Fflewin

St Fflewin

Open by arrangement. Please contact Mary Hughes on 07788 842009.

Llanfflewin, Anglesey | LL68 0TF

A small church with 7th century roots, tucked away in a maze of winding lanes, farm tracks and footpaths.

St Mary

St Mary

By arrangement.

Llanfairynghornwy, Anglesey | LL65 4LH

A hidden gem, in a secluded corner of north west Anglesey, with monastic, artistic, poetic, lifeboat and bone setting links!

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