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Llio Rhydderch

Welsh Triple Harpist Llio Rhydderch

Jane and Madalaine

Revs. Jane Bailey and Madalaine Brady


 

- Launch Day -

 

March 1st saw the official launch of the Celtic Circle in the beautiful surroundings of St. Maelog's. A packed church was treated to superbly atmospheric recital by renowned Welsh Triple Harpist Llio Rhydderch (left). Brief talks on the whole project were given by the chairman of Malltraeth Ymlaen, Rev. Jane Bailey and the designer of this site. This was followed by a traditional Welsh tea, a chance to chat informally about the Celtic Circle and take a look through some of the photos of the various churches.
Fair to say, a great afternoon and wonderful launch for the Celtic Circle!

- The Brochure -

The Trail Brochure

NOW AVAILABLE- The glossy, full colour, bi-lingual trail brochure is now available!
As well as a brief outline of the project, the centre folds out to an easy to follow A3 map of the trail with a brief guide to the main features of each church.
The brochure is gradually being rolled out to each of the churches and the major tourism sites on the island.
If you have a business or work for an organisation that would like to stock the brochure please call or email us.

 

- Friends of St.Calwaladr Update -

St. Cadwaladr's Garden adjoining the car park was restored in 2009 by the Friends of St. Cadwaladr, and officially opened by local artist Jane Norman Phillips on a very wet day on June 6th 2009. Its main feature is a Mediaeval Herb Wheel, in which are planted many species of herbs. Another arresting feature is the 'Bug Hotel' providing a habitat for a variety of insects, especially bees. A wide variety of shrubs and flowers were planted and additionally some vegetables, including runner beans. Many spring bulbs have been planted and they are now appearing.

Further projects are underway this year, both in the garden and the graveyard, to enhance both those areas. The overall aim of the project is to provide a visually attractive area, and to provide a habitat for wildlife.

 
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With advance notice it may be possible to arrange for churches to be open for visitors and to arrange guides for parties.
Refreshments can also be arranged for parties.

For churches 1-4, call 01407 840190 ~ For churches 5-9, call 01407 810412 or 810448 or email HERE