While we were exploring the Great Orme the other week we found St Tudno’s. A lovely little church with fantastic views. There’s been a place of worship on this site since the 6th century when a Celtic monk, Tudno, brought Christianity to the farming community living and working on the Great Orme. Nothing remains of the original structure, the present church was built in the 12th century and enlarged in the 15th century.
This summer has been mostly a non event with cool temperatures, rain and wind much in evidence, but now and again when clouds permit, nature has shown us some beautiful sights.
Walking through the grounds to the walled garden we pass the ruins of a chapel
The castle took over fifteen years to complete and after seeing the incredibly intricate and opulent interior I could appreciate why.