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Welsh Nonconformist Chapels: A National Architecture

Welsh chapels are arguably the most iconic buildings in Wales, but also one of the building types most at threat from closure, dereliction and demolition. From the early vernacular chapels of the late 17th century, this talk by our Senior Investigator for Historic Buildings, Susan Fielding, will give an overview of chapel architecture and its place in Welsh society, as well as discussing the work of the Royal Commission in recording and understanding these important buildings.

3 June, 2021, 5pm

This free lecture will be delivered via Zoom and the invitation will be sent to you once you have booked your place. Please don’t forget to download Zoom if you haven’t already!

Tickets will be limited and must be booked in advance.

Please reserve one ticket per household.

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During 2021 we will be holding special events and regular presentations on our current research projects. All are welcome to these free online events.

All talks will be recorded, becoming available in due course on the Royal Commission’s YouTube channel.

Date 3rd June
Time 5pm
Location Zoom
Type Talk
Special Guest Susan Fielding

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