Llanrhidian is a village in the Gower peninsula, Wales falling in the Gower ward of Swansea.

The village church is the St. Rhidian & St. Illtyd Church. The church is a 13th Century building with the present chancel and tower added in the 14th Century. The village gets its name from St. Rhidian. Rhidian is probably a corruption of 'Tryrulhid', who was St. Illtyd's wife.


St. Rhidian & St. Illtyd Church, Llanrhidian

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