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The Diocese of St Asaph

St Asaph looks after more than 220 churches and many more church halls, vicarages, churchyards, green spaces and other buildings.  A specialist team at the Diocesan Office is available to help with your property enquires.

Latest News

Archdeacons’ Visitation News 2019

05 June 2019

The 2019 Archdeacons’ Visitation News features news, advice and information on growing your churches, getting involved in the Wrexham Night Shelter Project and the importance of faith tourism.

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Community choose their favourite hymns to mark 150 years of their church

07 May 2019

A church in Llanddulas is asking local groups and members of the community to choose their favourite hymn and explain why, as part of its 150th anniversary celebrations. St Cynbryd’s was built with money donated by the owners of nearby Gwrych Castle, the 19th century hillside castle visible from the A55.

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Substantial Lottery Award for St Grwst’s Church, Conwy

21 December 2018

An historic church in the Aberconwy Mission Area has been awarded £707,700 from the National Lottery to upgrade the building and enable it to be used for community activities. The money will ensure St Grwst’s Church remains as a place of worship, while also serving a dual purpose as a heritage and tourist attraction, bringing visitors and the local community together.

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Archdeacons Visitation News 2018

22 November 2018

The 2018 Archdeacons Visitation News with up to date information on looking after your property.

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