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Information and History

Web pages (on another website) about Llanarmon Church can be found here

The Church of St Garmon is in the middle of the village, its grounds skirted by the through road. It has a history going back to at least the 13th century when it was built on the site of a previous church.If you are interested in the history more detailed background on the history of the Church of St. Garmon, then see Denbighshire Church Survey


To discuss pastoral matters phone Tad Huw Bryant, the priest in charge of the parishes, on 01824 705286 or send him an email:

Old Schoolroom

The "Old Schoolroom" associated with the church and just outside the grounds dates back to the 18th century and has recently been renovated.

It is available for hire for functions and meetings- see the associated webpages for the schoolroom  here



Rhiw Ial Chapel is situated on Ffordd Rhiw Ial, approximately 400 meters from the middle of the village of Llanarmon.

The Chapel will be closed until we revise the covid19 in Easter.2021.
(Bydd Capel Bethel Rhiw-Ial wedi cau tan Pasg 2021. Diolch I bawb am ein cefnogi
drwy y blynyddoedd. Cadwch yn saff drwy yr amser dieithr yma).

The chapel is part of the Presbyterian Church of Wales.

Information and History

The chapel was built in 1786 on land granted by the Davies family of of Bryn y Mywion. For a full history of the founding of the chapel see below.


For further information contact the deaconess Glenys Roberts on 780361 or email her at

During the coronavirus crisis the chapel is normally closed but if you wish to go in for quiet prayer you may contact Glenys to come and open up for you.

Get involved every day

Be sure to check out our calendar as it's updated regularly. Giving you the best opportunity to get involved in the fantastic events in the local area.

Conservation Society

Promoting our beautiful surroundings

Church & Chapel

Explore the history of Llanarmon

The Choir

Learn more about Cor Dewi Sant


Discover the beauty of North Wales