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Brecon and Central Beacons

Brecon Cathedral

Brecon Cathedral has been the site of Christian worship for more than a thousand years, dating from the days of the Norman conquest.

In 1003 a Benedictine Priory linked to Battle Abbey was established here and continued in existence until the dissolution of the monastries in 1537.

The building then served the community as a Parish Church, and in 1923 became the Cathedral Church of the newly founded Diocese of Swansea & Brecon.

There are usually free lunchtime recitals at 12.30 pm
on the first Monday of the month.

On Sundays Evensong is sung in the Cathedral at 3.30 pm.
On Fridays it is sung at 5.45 pm.

8.00 a.m. Holy Communion (Said)

11.00 a.m. Sung Eucharist (Matins on 3rd Sunday)

3.30 p.m. Choral Evensong

Morning Prayer: Monday to Friday 8-45 a.m.
Evening Prayer: Monday to Friday 5-45 p.m. (Choral on Friday)

Monday at 12-00 noon.

Tuesday at 12-00 noon.

Wednesday 11-00 a.m.

Thursday 9-00 a.m.

Friday 12-00 noon

Saturday 9-00 a.m.

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