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Historical Event, Thu 14 Sep 2017, free entry

Pales History Day

Pales History Day


The Pales History Day is part of the 300th anniversary celebrations of The Pales, the oldest Quaker meeting House in Wales which has been in continuous use.

At a time when we are seeking to establish a future for the Pales, we  look to what we can learn from the past.  Five speakers will  talk about their research on  aspects of Quaker history,  with special reference to  Quakers in Wales and to life at The Pales.

Refreshments: Drinks will be provided. Please bring your own lunch or some food to share

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Dates Times
Thu 14 Sep 2017


Free entry

Please register in advance

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Thu 14 Sep Pales History Day



01597 810031


The Pales Quaker Meeting House,
Llandrindod Wells,



Plan route to The Pales Quaker Meeting House using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SO 140642  Lat: 52.26963 Long: -3.26116

The Pales is approximately one mile off the A44, along single track roads, signposted with brown signs.

BY Car: Approaching from the West (Kington) on the A44 the turning to the Pales is on your right, shortly after passing Llandegley Church on your left.

Approaching from the East (Rhayader)on the A44 the turning is on your left, one and a half miles after leaving Penybont.

Approaching from the North (Knighton) on the A488 there is a signposted turning on your left, approximately two miles after Llanfihangel Rhydithon. Please note that this road has two gates which must be opened and closed.

By Rail: Penybont Ralway Station is on the Heart of Wales line. If you are arriving by train please phone the Meeting House beforehand – collection from the station may be possible but would need to be arranged with plenty of advance notice. 01597 851543