Beddau is a large village lying 4 miles from Pontypridd in the county of Rhondda Cynnon Taff, South Wales. Its name translates to “graves” in English, but it is a relatively new place.
The church, which is dedicated to St Michael, was built in 1936. It is an unusual yet striking building, with a tower built in the West end, whereas most church towers are built in the East end. A cross pierces the tower and shines brightly at night when the church is lit up. Inside, the blue draperies and white walls symbolise three things: the history of Mankind, the incarnation of Christ and the life of the individual. ....
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