A Guide to the Churches and Chapels of Wales by Jonathan M. Wooding, Nigel Yates
By Jonathan M. Wooding, Nigel Yates
This illustrated quantity is a accomplished advisor to an important church and chapel constructions in Wales, from the early heart a while to the current. The creation presents a transparent evaluation, in keeping with the newest examine, of the spiritual background of Wales and how that heritage should be obvious within the surviving churches through the area. A ebook for experts that still has price for viewers to the sector, The church buildings and Chapels of Wales stands out as the typical reference within the field.
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Chapel, Soar-y-Mynydd. Jonathan Wooding T his remote mountain chapel of 1822–8, on the border of the parishes of Llanddewibrefi and Tregaron, retains its original box pews, sêt-fawr and plastered ceiling, in an ungalleried interior. The late nineteenthcentury low balustraded pulpit is in the middle of the long entrance wall with a painted inscription, ‘God is love’ in Welsh (Dyw cariad yw), painted on the wall behind it.
1525), who is reputed to have built the tower to commemorate the Battle of Bosworth (1485). From the rectangular narthex stairs go down to the nave and chancel. The beautiful timber barrel roof is fifteenth century in date; the surviving medieval nave window, with ogee decoration, in the south wall, is c. fourteenth century. Two pointed arches lead to a south-east chapel with two c. fifteenth-century windows in the south wall. In the chapel is a stone font of c. twelfth century with a dramatic frieze of human heads – perhaps the most remarkable of the fine group of Romanesque fonts from Ceredigion.
Access: generally open. 4. Chapel, Soar-y-Mynydd. Jonathan Wooding T his remote mountain chapel of 1822–8, on the border of the parishes of Llanddewibrefi and Tregaron, retains its original box pews, sêt-fawr and plastered ceiling, in an ungalleried interior. The late nineteenthcentury low balustraded pulpit is in the middle of the long entrance wall with a painted inscription, ‘God is love’ in Welsh (Dyw cariad yw), painted on the wall behind it.