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St Elidan, Llanelidan

The village of Llanelidan lies in the hills at the southern end of the Vale of Clwyd. Built in the 15th century, St Elidan is a great example of a ‘double-naved’ church when, in effect, a new church is added to the side of an existing one.

Despite a Victorian make over, there are still many ancient features to enjoy, including sections of the medieval rood screen, which separated the congregation from the altar. Out in the graveyard, look out for the tomb of Coch Bach y Bala, the Welsh Houdini, a serial escapee from jails across North Wales.

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