St Kentigern built his Church here in AD560. When he returned to Strathclyde in AD573 he left Asaph as his successor. Llanelwy is the Welsh name for the place called St Asaph. It means the sacred religious enclosure on the banks of the River Elwy… read more
The cathedral will be closed to visitors on Wednesday 22 September from 11:30am.
Worship lies at the heart of everything in the life and work of this …
Music has been offered in St Asaph Cathedral for centuries. We extend …
Llanelwy is the Welsh name for the place called St Asaph. It means the …
The Translators’ Tearoom is open 10am-4pm Monday to Saturday.
Free Family Sumer Activities
Available from 26 July – 31 August
St Asaph Cathedral have
been awarded a bronze
Coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance
Update: 11 August 2021
New guidance has been prepared for managing Coronavirus under Welsh Government’s Alert Level Zero. These set out guidance on how to prepare risk assessments and reasonable mitigation measures that should be considered by each local trustee body.
For more details see churchinwales.org.uk/en/clergy-and-members/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance
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Some people feel isolated particularly during this current pandemic. Support is available from charities and other organisations.