The Barry Pilgrimage Peace Path.


1    Merthyr Dyfan Church

St Dyfan  and St Teilo, Merthyr Dyfan Church.

Merthyr Dyfan Lane , Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, CF62 8BQ.

 Merthyr Dyfan Church


2    St. Cadoc's Church, Cadoxton

St. Cadoc’s Church.

Coldbrook Road West, Cadoxton , Barry . CF63 1QY

St. Cadoc's Church, Cadoxton


3    St.Barucs Chapel

St. Baruc’s Chapel.

Friars Road, Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, CF62 5TR.

St.Barucs Chapel


4    St. Nicholas Church, Barry.

St. Nicholas Church.

St Nicholas' Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, CF62 6RT.

St. Nicholas Church, Barry.


5    Highlight Chapel


Uchelolau Chapel/ Highlight Chapel. Barry CF62 3AA

Highlight Chapel


6    St. Curigs Porthkerry

St. Curigs Church, Porthkerry.

Nr. Rhoose,Vale of Glamorgan. CF62 3BZ.

St. Curigs Porthkerry


There are 56  Ancient Churches on sacred land in the Vale of Glamorgan. They are often on 'Ley' lines and a journey between them can create great uplift in the Pilgrim. We are very fortunate to have such a high density in our area. They are a wonderful resource for the open-minded traveller!

These ancient sites are truly remarkable. Because they go so far back in time, they offer hope for the future. They expand our perspective.  They remind us of what it is to be human. How fragile and vulnerable we are but also how amazing, creative and full of hope we can be. Generation after generation have nurtured these places because they consider them an important resource for a beneficial life. Sometimes we overlook and take for granted what is right in front of us. If we can come to deeply appreciated these places and consider the ages of devotion and nurturing that has gone into them we can greater understand ourselves. Whether you are a Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu or a non-believer, it does not matter. What is important is appreciation for that which is in front of us right now and the insights and wisdom it offers.

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Real spiritual gains are at best undervalued, at worst entirely ignored.

Wassily Kandinsky.