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Capel Pendref

The first Welsh language Wesleyan Methodist chapel opened in 1802. The explorer H M Stanley is said to have attended the chapel when he was a child.

Additional visitor information
Car parking nearby
Coach access and parking
Access for disabled visitors

Worship services
Sundays – 10am Welsh language service

Also nearby
Denbigh Castle and town walls are 1 mile away. St Asaph Cathedral is 5 miles away.


Factory Place
Denbighshire LL16 3TS

Key available at all reasonable times – please telephone Heritage Officer in advance: Tel: 01745812256

Getting there SATNAV: LL16 3TS OS: SJ051661
Capel Pendref is off the A543 (Rhyl Road/Vale Street), accessible via the A525 (Upper Denbigh Road) off of the A55. It is opposite the main town centre, open air car park. The chapel is accessible by car, coach, foot and cycle. There is no local rail service.

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