St Silin's Church, Llansilin, Powys, Wales. Open Daily. Free Entry.
There is no car park for the church, but you can park on the roadside just outside the gates. The entrance up to the gates is laid to tarmac and the pathway to the door is compacted gravel. There are no toilets at the church, but there are public toilets just next door.
St Silin's Parish Church is a Grade I listed building dating back to the 13th century and was the parish church of Owain Glyn Dŵr. The church is built in a double-naved form in local variegated sandstone and shaley stone, the masonry dressings, in sandstone or other freestone, mostly date from the 19th century restoration.
Parish Church of Llansilin, Powys, SY10 7QB
Tel: 01691 791876
Exterior open daily.
First Sunday of Month, Holy Communion, 10.30am
Second Sunday, Evensong, 4pm October to March, 6.30pm April to September
Third Sunday, Family Service - All Age, 10.30am
Fourth Sunday, Holy Communion, 4pm October to March, 6.30pm April to September
Fifth Sunday, Group shared service, 10.30am
The church is in Llansilin, on the B4580, just over 6 miles from Oswestry
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
There are no amenities at the church itself, but you can find food and drink at the Wynnstay Arms (http://thewynnstayinn.weebly.com/) next door; please see the website http://www.mathrafal.org/parishes/silin.htm for details of other amenities in the village. There are a wide range of amenities in Oswestry, just over 6 miles away to the east.