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Maesglas Independent Sunday School (ysgoldy Fach)

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Maesglas Independent School Chapel was built in 1865 in the Vernacular style of the gable entry type. By 1998 Maesglas had been converted into residential accommodation.

RCAHMW, November 2009

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Soar Welsh Baptist Chapel, Moelunben

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Soar Baptist Chapel was built in 1834 in the Vernacular style to a gable entry plan. It was probably refurbished during the mid-nineteenth century.

RCAHMW, December 2009

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Engedi Baptist Chapel, Penrhiwgoch

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Engedi Baptist Chapel was built in 1834 in the Vernacular style of the gable-entry type. Engedi is known locally as the 'bread and cheese chapel' because the congregation was so dispersed, and the ...

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Tabernacl Chapel (calvinistic Methodist;tabernacle), Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf

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Tabernacl Methodist Chapel was built by builder W. Pritchard in 1820 and modified in 1824. The north wall was rebuilt in 1834 and in 1878 the chapel rebuilt and significantly enlarged to the design...

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Ebeneser Welsh Independent Chapel (ebenezer), Lon Foelgraig, Pentre-uchaf, Llanfair Pwll Gwyngyll

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Ebeneser Independent Chapel was first built in 1805 and then rebuilt in 1839 in the Vernacular style of the gable-entry type.

RCAHMW, February 2010

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Pentyrch Chapel (welsh Calvinistic Methodist)

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Pentyrch Methodist Chapel was built in 1830 in the Vernacular style, with a gable entry plan anf gothic windows.

RCAHMW, November 2010

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Gwynfa Methodist Chapel (wesleyan;capel Pantgwyn), Neuadd

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Gwynfa Methodist Chapel was built in 1860 in the Vernacular style with a gable entry plan and small pane flat-headed windows.

RCAHMW, November 2010

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