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Eglwys Sant Staffan Bodfari Sir Ddinbych St Stephen's Parish Church Bodfari, Denbighshire 05.JPG
St Stephen's Parish Church
Grid reference: SJ093701
Location: 53°12’36"N, 3°21’36"W
Post town: Denbigh
Postcode: LL16
Dialling code: 01745
Local Government
Council: Denbighshire
Vale of Clwyd

Bodfari is a village in Flintshire on the north bank of the River Wheeler, which here forms the border with Denbighshire.

The ancient parish of Bodfari comprises the townships of Bodfari in Flintshire and Aberwheeler, in Denbighshire.


The village lies on the A541 road at the point where the road passes through a gap in the Clwydian Hills, the gap being part of the valley of the River Wheeler.

The Offa's Dyke Path passes through the village, and for walkers completing the trail south to north, Bodfari is usually the final overnight stop on the 177-mile route.

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Bodfari had a railway station until 1962
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