Llanidan (1)

We walked down to the Straits from St. Nidan, the early sixteenth-century church, now locked, which was demolished – bizarrely – in 1844 to build a new and much more expensive church up near Brynsiencyn in spite of it having been a place of pilgrimage since its foundation in 616:-

There is a carved head alongside the North door:-

From the church, the old track down to the Straits is extremely beautiful:-


One thought on “Llanidan (1)

  1. Jane de Sausmarez says:

    Great pics! Couldn’t get in to respond earlier! Just seen some more beautiful photos from your blog – Crûg!

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