2019 is the Visit Wales ‘Year of Discovery’ – and to celebrate each month we’ll be looking at the  hidden histories of our Welsh churches; stories from ancient and sacred spaces in the forgotten corners of rural Wales.  For our first chapter we travel to Carmarthenshire, to St Oudoceus’ Church at Llandawke, to explore a 600-year old sculpture, made in local stone, discovered amid the moss and brambles in the churchyard, in 1838.   This is the hidden history of a local woman who lived a life of holiness and did things differently – St Margaret of Marloes.

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