Images of Wales
Sunday, 5 April 1998
Except where indicated, photography by John Ball - 28 Mar 1998
near Glasbury, Radnorshire
with Agfa ePhoto-307 digital camera
This old Dissenters' chapel (above and below) is said to preserve the atmosphere of humility and domestic warmth which is lacking in more pretentious larger chapels. The chapel was converted in 1696 from a 16th-century farmhouse and barn.
Photography by Anthony Jones, from his book Welsh Chapels published in 1996
by Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd., Stroud, Gloucestershire; ISBN 0-7509-1162-X
Maesyronnen Chapel is set in an isolated location in the beautiful south Radnorshire countryside (see below). For further details of the chapel, see the Powys Digital History Project website.
Above: The green fields of Radnorshire, with Breconshire's Black Mountains in the distance.
Above: Woodland in Cilkenny Dingle near Maesyronnen Chapel.
Above: A quiet clearing in Cilkenny Dingle.