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All reviews war graves well worth a visit first world war canadian troops buried here many occasions stained glass windows her husband friendly lady coach trip beautiful victorian walked down red marble italian marble sunday service bodelwyddan castle fascinating history
Fantastic Church so sad to see all the Canadian War Graves a lot of the people that died in Kinmel Camp died while waiting to return to Canada two years after the war was over. One day we may find out what happened in that...More
First sight of this church amazes me by how delicate it looks. The stonework in the hollow spire looks impossibly fragile, like porcelain.
Unbelievably, this church was "thrown up" in four years by a 19th century building contractor, and I have heard (not confirmed) that...More
We were staying at the castle and it is 15 min approx walk to the church. We started out but due to the rain we went via car. There is plenty of parking. The graves are just as interesting as the church itself. It is...More
Walked around here and was fascinated to see new grave stones for WW1 Canadian and Welsh soldiers all only young mainly 18 / 25 years of age, the church was lovely and well kept, good 2 hours spent looking at different things
10 to 15 minutes walk from Bodelwyddan Castle across busy road.In the light of us being world travelers this is a little underwhelming.The historical links are interesting especially those of the 1st World War and the uprising of the Canadian troops.
This is the most beautiful little church we have visited - locally called The Marble Church, for obvious reasons when you visit.
In the graveyard are many gravestones of Canadian World War 1 veterans who succumbed to the influenza pandemic which broke out after the...More