Do you have any memories or information about Smyrna Chapel Pen-y-Fai? Drop in and share your memories with us. For more information about this community project contact; Peter David 01656 659856. Or Christine Moore [email protected] or by telephone 07528491819
Chapel Heritage Day Thursday 13 October 10.30am – 12.00pm At Pisgah Chapel, Pyle Do you have any memories or information about Pisgah Chapel ? Drop in and share your memories with us. For more information about this community project contact Christine Moore or Elizabeth Howell 01656 741625 [email protected] or by telephone 07528491819
16.9.1916: Thomas Rees, 27, from Maesteg, died fighting on the #Somme. Remembered at Thiepval and Bethania Chapel, Maesteg Welsh Memorials to the Great War- Swansea University In addition to the ‘official’ war memorials to the fallen that can be seen in public places around the towns and villages of Wales there were thousands of memorials dedicated […]
A ‘Slate in Time’ campaign was launched to raise the last few thousand pounds needed to save one of Wales’s most important historic chapels. With links to poet Dylan Thomas and the United States’ most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, Yr Hen Gapel – The Old Chapel – at Llwynrhydowen near Llandysul is also a […]
Salem S.Curnow Vosper 1908 Salem Welsh Baptist Church, Cefncymerau
Hen Dŷ Cwrdd, Trecynon will open its doors on Saturday 26 September 2015 from 2.00 p.m. until 4.00 p.m. There will be a talk by Huw Williams on Chartists, there will be entertainment from Jacob and Grace Jones This will be an opportunity to look around and view this interesting Unitarian Chapel. It will also […]
Capel Peniel, Tremadog will open its doors on Saturday 12 September 2015 from 10.00 a.m. until 5.00 p.m. This will be an opportunity to visit Peniel, to learn about the history of the chapel and to find out about potential developments – and for you to contribute your own ideas for its future use. You […]
Maesteg will open its doors on Saturday 19 September from 2.00 p.m. until 4.00 p.m. The Mayor of Maesteg Town Council, Councillor Mike Harpur, will be formally presenting a new plaque that will enable visitors to access remote digital resources, including a 360 degree tour of Bethania.