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Ammanford, Carmarthenshire 

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Ammanford Churches (use the Churches and Chapels button).

All Saints. SN 629 127. Mike Berrell (2009).

Bethany Calvinistic Methodist (Welsh Presbyterian) Chapel on Wind Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. Although not a good photo (as Mike admits), this photo of the old chapel, reproduced by kind permission of the church elders, is worth including. SN 629 123. Both Mike Berrell (2009).

Bible Church on Wind Street. SN 627 120. Mike Berrell (2009). Link.

Cellar Christian Centre on College Street. SJ 627 127. Mike Berrell (2009). Link.

Chapel (1921) on Pontamman Road. Can you advise its denomination and current status? SN 640 126. Mike Berrell (2009). My appreciation to Terry Norman (Secretary of the Ammanford and District Archaeology and History Society) for advising that this is the rehearsal room for the Ammanford Silver Band, and has been since it was built.

Christadelphian Hall on Pontamman Road. SN 639 127. Mike Berrell (2009).

Ebenezer Baptist Chapel on Baptist Street (1849, re-built 1877). Mike Berrell (2009).

English Baptist Church on Brynmawr Lane. SN 629 126.  Mike Berrell (2009).

Evangelical Church on Wind Street. SN 629 122. Mike Berrell (2009). Another view. Gerard Charmley (2009).

Gellimanydd Christian Temple (built 1782, re-built 1836, with further building works in 1865 and 1910), on High Street. SN 632 124. Mike Berrell (2009).

Gwynfryn Capel yr Annibynwyr (Independent) on College Street. SN 628 127. Mike Berrell (2009).

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Pontamman Road. SN 640 126. Mike Berrell (2009).

Our Lady of the Rosary (R.C.) on Margaret Street. Interior view. SN 631 126. Mike Berrell (2009).

Pisgah Methodist Chapel (1911) at Pennybanc. Peter Morgan (2012).

St. Michael. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.





04 March 2023

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