The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Stones and stories

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

What with exploding computers, forays to the north and everything else that has been going on around here, the account of our return from the Silent Eye’s weekend event in Wales got a little sidetracked while there were still a couple of places left to share. There was the little cathedral in St Asaph’s, a mysterious place that waylaid us on our way through Cheshire and an adventure or two on our return. It is amazing how accommodating and malleable time can be over the space of a few days.

Thanks to the helpful gentleman in the little parish church who sent us off looking for yet another doorway, we finally found our way into Cathedral Church of Saints Asaph and Cyndeym. It is a good size for a church, but at just 182 feet long by 68 feet wide, it is very small for a cathedral and lays claim…

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