St. Margaret's Church (Church)

The Village, Bodelwyddan LL18 5UR, United Kingdom

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Opinions of St. Margaret's Church at (Denbighshire)

Minnie Lee

Absolutely Beautiful church, have been wanting to visit for a long time. Was disappointing that it was locked up. Checked the website before I went and it stated that it was open between the hours of 9.30am until 4.30pm.

Isabel Cook

Make sure you visit on a Wednesday or a Sunday as only days open at moment Lovely marble church

Ben Meszaros

As a Canadian this was great to come here to the graveyard and see the many Canadian Graves from those who lost their lives as part of WWI. I am glad a friend recommended this spot as it is very off the beaten path and I wouldn't have known about otherwise.

Abhijit Das

A great place to visit. A view to enjoy. From Wikipedia - The church contains fourteen varieties of marble including pillars made of Belgian Red marble, a nave entrance is made from Anglesey marble and shafts of Languedoc marble on bases of Purbeck marble. It also contains elaborate woodwork, and in the tower can be found windows of stained glass on the north and south sides, featuring Saint Margaret and Saint Kentigern. The other remarkable thing is - The churchyard contains the graves of numerous victims of the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918–19 in the camp which is nearby - Kinmel Camp, which was a military camp located in the grounds of Kinmel Hall. The camp was used by Canadian troops during the First World War. On 4–5 March 1919 a riot occurred in the camp when the ship allocated to return the troops to Canada was diverted to carry food supplies to Russia. Five Canadian soldiers were killed in the disturbances, four of whom were buried in St Margaret's Churchyard, with the fifth, Gunner John Frederick Hickman, being buried in Dorchester, New Brunswick. A common story is that they were executed for mutiny, but this has been denied by the Canadian Department of National Defence.


This place is absolutely stunning. The scale and finesse of the architecture is a delight to witness. From the stained glass windows to the towering beams, this church is awe inspiring. Visit the gift shop 😉


St. Margaret's Church at (Denbighshire)
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Opening hours of St. Margaret's Church at (Denbighshire)

11AM to 12:15PM
10:30AM to 12PM