St Cedwyn's Church, Llangedwyn. Opening hours vary. Free entry

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There is limited parking at the church, by the roadside. There is level tarmac access to the church entrance, and the entrance has a step. There is a gated entrance way leading to a flat pathway to church entrance and a small step up into doorway. Flooring is laid to wood and carpet along the aisles, and the church is carpeted. There are no toilets at the church. Guide dogs are welcome.

Brief Description:

There has been a place of worship at Llangedwyn since medieval times. St. Cedwyn was thought to be one of King Arthur’s knights, surviving his last battle. It was extensively restored in 1869-1870 by Benjamin Ferrey. The church incorporates medieval masonry in its west and east walls, but retains a Romanesque-revival porch c.1840.

Further Information:


St Cedwyn Church, Llangedwyn, Oswestry, Powys, SY10 9LD.


Available via website and


01691 791876.

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Opening Hours:

Opening hours vary – please check website for details.


St Cedwyn Church is approx. 9 miles to the South West of Oswestry, via the B4396, and it is situated 6.4 miles E of Llynclys via the A495 and B4396.. The church is just outside the village of Llangedwyn. OS SJ 188241


Bus services do cover this area, but please be advised they may not stop right at your destination. For more travel information go to or call 0800 46 40 000


There are a number of places to eat, drink and stay in Llangedwyn’s surrounding area. Or, you could visit the popular local pub in the village itself, The Green Inn.

Travel Information

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