Salem Indepndednt Sunday School was built in 1849 with a gable-entry plan By 1997 the property was in business use.
RCAGHMW, June 2009.
Gwendraeth Independent Chapel was built in 1869. The building appears to have been rebuilt since then but no details are known. The present building is Vernacular in style of the gable entry typ...
Evangelistic Hall was built before1905, in the Vernacularstyle of the gable entry type. The present chapel has been dated early-mid 19th century.
RCAHMW, June 2009
Danycastell was built in 1807 in the later Vernacular style, gable entry type. The chapel was rebuilt in 1828 with a richly furnished interior.
RCAHMW, 18th May 2009.
Beili-Heulog chapel is a remote rural chapel of Georgian character, with simple interior carpentry. The chapel was first built about 1740 as a long-wall entry and reformed and re-ordered as a gable...
Sion Chapel was built in 1832 and rebuilt in 1839 and 1865. The chapel is built in the Vernacular style of the long-wall entry type.
RCAHMW, June 2009.
Cwmwrdu Chapel was built for the Unitarians in 1832. The present chapel, dated c.1863, is Vernacular in style of the long-wall entry type. The chapel fell into disuse by 1905 and since c.1980 has...
Libanus Chapel was built in 1870 in the Vernacular style with a small gable-entry plan.
RCAHMW, July 2009
Glyncollen Independent Chapel was built in 1902 in the Vernacular style of the gable entry type. By 1998 the chapel had been converted into residential use.
RCAHMW, August 2009.
Llidiadnennog Chapel was built in 1869 and refurbished in 1893. The present chapel, dated 1893, is built in the Vernacular style of the gable-entry type.
RCAHMW, August 2009