Dwynwen's church to be restored

Santes Dwynwen, daughter of Welsh King Brychan Brycheiniog, who died in the 5th century, is considered the patron saint of Welsh lovers. Now a ruined church at Llanddwyn on Anglesey has been scheduled for restoration.

Considered one of Wales' most spiritual places, the church, dating to the 13th to 16th century, is a designated ancient monument. Rubble and sand from inside the structure will be removed, and new on-site interpretation is planned.