St Tudnos, Llandudno, Wales

Yampimon

Joined August 2010

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In the sixth century the young Tudno (pronounced “Tidno”) entered the monastery of Bangor is Coed, near Chester, which was renowned for its learning, patriotism and missionary zeal. In faith, Tudno then went to the ancient rock of the Great Orme, Llandudno,and climbed the steep paths of the windswept headland to bring to the little round stone huts the message of Christianity.

St. Tudno is now the patron saint of Llandudno and his feast day is celebrated on 5th June.
“Llandudno” in English is “The Church Of Saint Tudno” but there is a letter change because it is Welsh

The ancient church is a place of pilgrimage, peace and prayer and is an active place of worship within the Parish of Llandudno, including weekly open air services during the summer.

High on a hill and overlooking the sea it is one of the most beautiful locations for a church in the UK

CHALLENGE WIN
“Open Belltowers” – The English Church

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