Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning :: Shared Description

Little is known of Saint Gwynin. According to tradition he lived in the 6th century and was one of the sons of Helyg ap Glannog lord of Tyno Helyg (one of the lands lost to the sea).
The former parish was abolished in 1934 and incorporated into nearby Botwnnog. After some years of abandonment the church was reopened as a local history centre by Cyfeillion Llandegwning.
by Alan Fryer
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SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Deial haul - Sundial Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning by Alan Fryer
SH2630 : Eglwys Gwynin Sant Llandegwning - Mynwent - Graveyard by Alan Fryer


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Created: Mon, 18 Jun 2012, Updated: Mon, 18 Jun 2012

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