Welshpool Churches together consists of six churches, all united in one purpose - to work together for the sake of the Gospel - the good news of Jesus Christ.
Welshpool is a border market town located on the Shropshire - Mid-Wales border.
Situated in a valley with the river Severn, Welshpool boasts amazing countryside views and local attractions.
The town boasts the beautiful renown gardens of the 18th Century impressive Powis Castle. Powis Castle is part owned by the National Trust, and is home to the Earl of Powis.
The Montgomery Canal runs through Welshpool where pleasure boat trips can be booked. Along side the canal is the local Museum.
The Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway is situated at the top end of the town. This is a narrow gauge railway complete with steam engines and carriages taking passengers the eight miles or so to the town of Llanfair Caereinion.
Throughout all of Wales, this is the only cockpit still standing in its original
place. Thought to have
been built in the 18th century, it is hexagonal in shape and built of brick with a slate roof. The cockpit was used until cockfighting was outlawed in 1849.
It is currently home to the W.I.
Built in 1837 to replace the smaller previous town hall, Welshpool town hall is home to the indoor market on Saturdays and Mondays. Upstairs, the town hall is able to host concerts and other events. The downstairs Corn Exchange is also available to hire. The churches use the Corn exchange for their Good Friday united service.