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All Saints Church, Deganwy
All Saints Church, Deganwy, from the south
53°17′39″N 3°49′37″W / 53.2941°N 3.8270°W / 53.2941; -3.8270
Location Deganwy, Conwy County Borough
Country Wales
Denomination Church in Wales
Website All Saints, Deganwy
Founder(s) Lady Augusta Mostyn
Dedication All Saints
Functional status Active
Heritage designation Grade II*
Designated 24 June 1986
Architect(s) John Douglas
Architectural type Church
Style Gothic Revival
Groundbreaking 1897
Completed 1899
Parish Eglwysrhos (or Llanrhos)
Deanery Llanrwst
Archdeaconry St Asaph
Diocese St Asaph
Province Wales

All Saints Church, Deganwy, is an Anglican church in the town of Deganwy, Wales, on a site overlooking the Conwy estuary (grid reference SH783790).


It is an active Anglican church in the benefice of Eglwysrhos (or Llanrhos), the deanery of Llanrwst, the archdeaconry of St Asaph, and the diocese of St Asaph. It is designed by Cadw as a Grade II* listed building.

The church was built as a memorial church by Lady Augusta Mostyn to a design by John Douglas of Chester on a site overlooking the Conwy estuary. It has a clerestory, a chancel higher than the nave, and a west tower.


The two-manual organ was built by Alex Young and Sons of Manchester in 1899, and it was modified by L. Reeves in 1972. .

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