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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

New Heritage Trail In North Montgomeryshire





From May 2010 a new heritage trail will guide visitors through north Montgomeryshire and reveal some of Wales's best kept secrets.

The buildings on the Heritage Trail are: Pendref Chapel and St Myllin's Church, Llanfyllin; Christ Church, Bwlch-y-cibau; the Ann Griffiths Memorial Chapel, Dolanog; Hen Capel John Hughes, Pontrobert; St Tysilio & St Mary's, Meifod; St Michael's, Llanfihangel-yng-ngwynfa; St Wddyn's and Sardis Chapel, Llanwddyn; St Dogfan's and Capel Seion, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant; St Silin's, Llansilin; St Ffraid's, Llansanffraid; St Garmon's, Llanfechain; St Cedwyn's, Llangedwyn and St Melangell's, Pennant Melangell.

Launch event date, the Living Stones Heritage Day, held in Llanfyllin on Saturday, 22 May.

Further Links of Interest:
New trail reveals Montgomeryshire's hidden heritage from BBC
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