St Tegfedd’s Church originates from the early Norman period, but like many churches in south Wales was extensively restored in the 19th Century. It has a fine example of a medieval, curved embanked churchyard, which is beautifully maintained by a team of locals in the village. The churchyard is especially worth a visit in spring and summer when the wild flowers are at their best.
The interior of the church contains some remarkable carved dedications, as well as a rare set of early Victorian box pews. The door is usually locked, but it can be opened by arrangement with the churchwardens. Alternatively, instructions for obtaining the key are in the porch of the church
Services take place at 9.15am on the second Sunday of the month. There are additional services for Harvest Festival, Remembrance Sunday, Christmas Carol Service, Christmas Day, Mothering Sunday and Easter Day.
To find more about the history of Llandegveth Parish, please click on History of LLandegveth Parish.
Robert & Joanna Aitken 01633 450706