for service times
to Madoc, a Celtic saint, who is reputed to have founded a church
in the 6th century. The 13th century building was restored in 1865.
in the window sill of the first window is a lettered stone dated
from the 6th century. Discovered in 1861 in the walls of the old
parsonage house it commemorates 'Advenctus son of Guanus'.
the west wall is a crude pillar cross and a boundary marker dating
from the 7th - 9th centuries, whilst the present font is probably
J.D. Davies, the famous Gower historian, who was a skilled woodcarver,
was Rector of Llanmadoc and Cheriton 1860-1911. He carved the oak
altar frontal and led the major restoration begun in 1865.
also built the Old Rectory across the road from the church.
Key at Llanmadoc shop all year.