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Church, free entry

St Myllin's Church

St Myllin's Church

Flower Festival at St Myllin's Church

Details

The church was founded in the 7th Century by the Irish Bishop Molling (Myllin) and the earliest references to a church in Llanfyllin appear in the Norwich Taxation of 1254.

Opening Details

Open all the time

WORSHIP: SUNDAY MORNINGS

1st & 3rd Sundays in Month:9.30 am - Holy Eucharist
2nd Sunday in Month: 9.30 am - Morning Worship
4th Sunday in month: 10.30 am - Family Service followed by Coffee in the Vestry meeting room
5th Sunday in Month: 11.00 am - Group Eucharist (at one of the churches in the Group)

Thursday morning: 10.00 am - Holy Eucharist

Prices

Free entry

Contact

The Rev’d Hermione Long

Location

Directions

Plan route to St Myllins Church using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SJ 180140  Lat: 52.71741 Long: -3.21537

From Shrewsbury
Take the A458 Welshpool Road and turn right just beyond Ford village along the B4393 (signposted Lake Vyrnwy). Aim for
Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain: turn left just beyond the bridge and right at the far end of Llansantffraid, following signposts for Llanfyllin. After about four miles turn right onto the A490 at the T-junction. The A490 ends in Llanfyllin.

From the North
Visitors travelling south from Oswestry on the A483 towards Welshpool should turn right for Llansantffraid at the Llynclys cross-roads.

From Welshpool and the South
Take the A490 from the roundabout at the west end of Welshpool, and follow it to Llanfyllin. (Note that the A490 briefly joins the A495, requiring a right and then left dog leg