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The Parish Church of St. Bridget, Dyserth

The Parish Church of St. Bridget
The earliest parts of this Church date from the 13th C, but it is believed that there was a wooden Church here as early as 1086. Little is known of the Saints whom this Church was named after, but there are some interesting sights within the Church itself. Including a breathtaking Jesse stained glass window, a floor slab which depicts a knights grave, wooden buttresses in the ceiling dating from 1579, and memorial plaques that line the chancel. This historic building used as the first school in the village also has an impressive churchyard.

tel: 01745 570750

address: Waterfall Road, Dyserth, Rhyl LL18 6DB

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Dyserth waterfalls, Dyserth

Dyserth waterfalls
This natural phenomenon has been a tourist attraction for more than 100 years. The River Ffyddion and the Fynnon Asa combine to cascade over a 70 foot drop creating the spectacular Dyserth waterfall. Next to the falls there are some impressive stone walls that once held a large waterwheel, but now frame the footpath that leads you up towards the Dyserth to Prestatyn walkway. Entry is 50p and there is a coffee shop selling snacks, drinks and ice creams. There are public toilets in the free car park, and a lovely garden with picnic benches.

address: Dyserth Rhyl Denbighshire/Sir Ddinbych Wales LL18 6AA

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