Well folks its been awhile since I posted anything, so thought I would throw this place up, seeing as I only took a few shots from in here. During a February trip with the other half and staying in a log cabin, this place was in fact relatively close to where we was staying, twisted her arm and away we went that easy really, but since then she has climbed mountains with me and slept in caves and woken her up at silly o clock to go on explores, so she has got used to these spur of the moment plans either that or she has welcomed my madness and accepted it, especially when I get bored.
I had known about this place since late 2015 when searching odds and ends around wales, but nothing sparked my drive to go considering better options was available, having located it by a quick google search as the cabin had become home for the first 2 days, the itch to get my camera out had become worse, 20 odd mins later we was inside, I took a few shots and felt that the itch had gone relatively quickly, so we nosed around the place for a bit more, then was on our merry way in search of garlic bread (dont ask not relevant to the explore, not a vampire)
Lives up to the pictures you see online, the green tones from decay are lovely, worth a visit if passing or nearby, the books and odd bits laying about are rather interesting one book was signed/dated 1934.
I am unsure when the church stopped functioning or what its last purpose was, maybe a village hall? If I am not mistaken this would of been made before a proper church was built? (maybe someone can clarify this for me) either way easy and peaceful explore.
On with the shots!
Cheers for looking folks!