Capel Mair (remains), near Bwlch-y-groes, Clydey
Capel Mair (remains of), near Bwlch-y-groes, Clydey
- Shown on maps as "Capel Mair (remains of ) or "Capel Mair on site of" just south of Parc Clement farm and north west of Bwlchygroes
- CADW has a Capel Mair, Pembrokeshire, listed with this location, in a schedule of earthworks visited in their Medieval and Early Post Medieval Churches and Chapels Threat Related Assessment 2010/11
The site has a photograph and the main part of their report reads:
"Site of undated chapel, recorded as an earthwork in mid 19th century. Apparently observed as field evidence by Ordnance Survey in 1966 and 1977. Latin dedication.
The 19th century Ordnance Survey map depicts two possible rectilinear structures or enclosure and structure at this chapel site.
The site of the chapel was visited during the Churches and Chapels project, 2011. It lies within a fenced-off area of woodland that is very overgrown with brambles..............."
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