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Elim Welsh Independent Chapel, Cemetery Road, Ffynnonddrain

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Elim Independent Chapel was built in 1849 and renovated in 1887. The chapel is built with a long wall entry plan with two doorways flanking a pair of round-headed windows.

RCAHMW, June 2009.

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Heol Awst Welsh Independent Chapel (lammas Street), Lammas Street, Carmarthen

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Heol Awst Welsh Independent Chapel was built in 1726, and underwent a number of phases of rebuilding and expansion. It was first rebuilt in 1802, and again in 1826-7, when it was thought to be the ...

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Priory Street Welsh Independent Chapel, Carmarthen

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Priory Street Welsh Independent Chapel was built in 1875-6 to the design of George Morgan of Carmarthen in the Romanesque style with gable entry plan. It was further renovated in 1933, when a new p...

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Lammas Street English Baptist Church, Carmarthen

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The English Baptist Church on Lammas Street is one of the most architecturally ambitious classical chapels in Wales. It has a fine Bath Stone five-bay temple front, with a four-column full Corinthi...

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Penuel Welsh Baptist Church (particular Baptist), Priory Street, Carmarthen

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The first Penuel Chapel was built in 1786, enlarged in 1797, then rebuilt in 1851 and again in 1879. Stucco and detailing was applied to the facade of the chapel in 1910, to the designs of achite...

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Water Street Chapel (welsh Calvinistic Methodist), Carmarthen

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Water Street Methodist Chapel was built in 1771 and rebuilt in 1813. The chapel was rebuilt again in 1831 in the Sub-Classical style with a long-wall entry plan. The chapel was then refurbished in...

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Zion English Presbyterian Church, Mansel Street, Carmarthen

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Zion Presbyterian Chapel was built 1850 by architect R.G. Thomas of Newport, in the Classical style of the gable entry type. The chapel was extensively renovated in 1951 and is now Grade 2 listed.
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Ebenezer Welsh Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (wesley House), John Street, Carmarthen

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Ebenezer Methodist Chapel was built in 1824 and altered/rebuilt in 1856, before closing in about 1920. The chapel was Simple Round-Headed in style and of the gable entry type. In 1995 the building ...

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Graig,y, Welsh Baptist Church, Water Street, Newcastle Emlyn

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Graig Chapel was built in 1775 and rebuilt in 1821, 1846 and 1875. The date if the current chapel is 1875, built in the Classical style of the gable entry type.

RCAHMW, June 2009.

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Bethel Chapel (calvinistic Methodist), Church Street, Newcastle Emlyn

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Bethel Chapel was built in 1820, and rebuilt in 1869, to the design of architect Thomas Thomas of Landore. The chapel is built in the Sub-Classical and Simple Round-Headed style of the gable entry...

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