History During the 19th century, Cardiff was one of Britain's busiest ports. The Norwegian Church was consecrated back in 1868 as a means of providing comfort and a place of worship for the families of the Scandinavian sailors and Norwegian expats that lived in the Welsh city. The church was where local icon, Roald Dahl was baptized, and his family worshipped here on many occasions. Now, the church is a fantastic space for a wedding reception. This historic church has plenty of charm, with modern refurbishments to make it appeal to all brides and grooms tastes. This is ideal for couples who desire to incorporate tradition into their celebrations or if you are religious couple and you want it to be at the centre of your festivities. If you share welsh and Norwegian heritage, this wedding venue is also perfect for your needs. The events team pride themselves on their flexible service, no wedding or request will be too far out of reach.