Search Results for: Addoldai Cymru

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Beilidu Chapel (english Presbyterian/calvinistic Methodist;bilidu), Pentre-bach

6065 ·

Beilidu Chapel was built in 1800 & rebuilt in 1858 in the Simple Round-Headed style, of the long-wall entry type. The Chapel is now in the care of the Welsh Historic Religious Buildings Trust ...

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Libanus Baptist Chapel (calvinist Baptist), Waun-glyn-da/waunclunda

6580 ·

Libanus Baptist Chapel was first built in 1788/9, and rebuilt in 1841.

The building is of the simple Round-headed style, gable entry type, constructed of rubble stone with a slate roof and overha...

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Capel Peniel (welsh Calvinistic Methodist;tremadoc), Church Street, Tremadoc

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Peniel is an outstanding example of early classical architecture in Wales and provides conspicuous contrast to the Gothic St. Mary's Church (NPRN 43788). The majority of the building dates from 181...

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Hen Dy Cwrdd Unitarian Chapel (old Meeting House), Alma Street, Trecynon, Aberdare

8941 ·

Hen Dy Cwrdd Unitarian Chapel was built in 1751 as a cottage-like meeting house and was originally known as Ty Cwrdd Godre Hirwaun. Described as the Mother Church of Unitarianism in the Cynon Valle...

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Llwynrhydowen, Hen Gapel (unitarian;llwynrhydowen (old)), Cardigan Road, Rhydowen

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The Unitarian cause began in Llwynrhydowen in 1726, where Jenkin Jones is said to have preached to the first Arminian congregation in Wales which sprang from Pantycreuddyn church. The first chapel ...

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Bethania Welsh Baptist Chapel, Maesteg

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Bethania Welsh Baptist Chapel was originally built in 1832 by builder Mr Hurley of Maesteg. It was rebuilt in 1840-1, probably enlarged in 1859 and rebuilt again in 1898. In 1908 a new chapel was...

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