Music has been offered in St Asaph Cathedral for centuries. It is a vital part of our worship and a tradition we are proud of. We extend warm hospitality to all those wishing to be involved in the musical life of the Cathedral.
Llanelwy is the Welsh name for the place called St Asaph. It means the sacred religious enclosure on the banks of the River Elwy. It is impossible to give an historically accurate account of the beginnings of Christianity in the early settlement at Llanelwy. Legend and tradition are confusingly mixed and there is no archaeological evidence or written record before the twelfth century.
Every year, up to a thousand children visit St Asaph Cathedral as part of the School Visits Programme. Through workshops and exploration they learn about its history and purpose and about life and worship at the Cathedral today.
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