Visit to Maesyronnen Chapel

March 2, Saturday 2:00pm
A talk on the history of the chapel by Derek Price.

Donations welcome towards the upkeep of the chapel.

We have been invited to Maesyronnen chapel near Glasbury for a guided tour and a talk about its long and interesting history by Derek Price, a member of the chapel. If you would like to come on this visit but you haven’t yet booked or sent your apologies, please let me know by Thursday 29th so I can tell the folk at the chapel how many to expect. There is no limit to the numbers, so you can still come if you would like to.

Maesyronnen Chapel is about 1 mile (2 km) north of the village of Glasbury, Powys, Wales (grid reference SO176410). It is designated by Cadw as a Grade I listed building. The chapel is one of the earliest Nonconformist chapels to be built in Wales, and is the only chapel existing from that time to be largely unchanged and still in use as a chapel. It is currently administered by the United Reformed Church. The attached caretaker’s cottage is also listed at Grade I.

This photo by Philip Pankhurst