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The Cathedral
& Parish Church
of
SS Peter & Paul,
Dyfrig, Teilo &
Euddogwy

Dean & Vicar : The Very Reverend Gerwyn Huw Capon 


CROESO  WELCOME

 

The Cathedral Church of SS Peter & Paul, Dyfrig, Teilo and Euddogwy is the mother church of the Diocese of Llandaff and is the seat of the Bishop of Llandaff.  The Diocese, one of the six dioceses comprising the Province of  The Church in Wales, covers the general area of South Wales bounded by Cardiff in the South East to Neath in the South West, the Heads of the Valleys to the North and Rhymney Valley to the East. .

The Cathedral also serves as a Parish Church, the Dean also being the Vicar of the Parish of Llandaff. 

The Cathedral lies close to the bank of the River Taff in the ancient "City of Llandaff" much of which is now a conservation area. Despite being surrounded on all sides by the bustling modern city of Cardiff, the Llandaff conservation area remains comparatively unspoilt and surprisingly tranquil.

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The Cathedral is open to visitors daily:

 

Open
Close
   Sunday
7am
 
   Monday
9am
The Cathedral
   Tuesday
9am
closes
   Wednesday
9am
following the
   Thursday
9am
last service of the day
   Friday
9am
 
   Saturday
9am
 


These times will vary for principal Festivals.
Closing times relate to term time only.
See the
Music Scheme for details of services

 

Wheelchair access is provided at the East and West ends of the Cathedral. Car Parking in the area of the Cathedral is free and unrestricted. 

General Enquiries: Please contact the Cathedral Office

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