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The Collegiate and Parochial Church of St Peter is the Anglican parish church of Ruthin, an ancient market town which lies within the Vale of Clwyd in Denbighshire, north east Wales. It is a greater church of the diocese of St Asaph and a Grade I...more
On Wednesday afternoon, Hubby and I followed the town trail to this Grade 1 listed Church. The extravagent wrought-iron entrance gates are Grade 2 listed made in 1727. The church main entrance was closed off due to roofing work so we had to go around...More
We wandered through the black wrought iron gates to this church. There is a little plaque explaining the history of these gates on the right hand side as you enter.
The church was so peaceful ( though very dark) and the carved oak ceiling was...More
At a first glance St Peter's doesn't stand out that much. Sure, it's got a tall, elegant and slightly out of the ordinary spire which rises over the town - all the more so because St Peter's stands at the town's highest point - and...More
We followed the leaflet which informed us about the town and as part of that, went into St Peter's Church. After looking around for a bit, a young girl came in and sat down and played the organ without a note of music. She was...More
The Church of St Peter at Ruthin in North Wales is quite unusual in that it has two naves. We asked the vicar at the end of the Sunday service why two naves? He frankly admitted that neither he nor anyone else in town knew...More