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Penuel Chapel was built in 1860. The stone drinking fountain was unveiled in 1895 by its donor Sir Alfred Thomas, MP for East Glamorgan, (later Lord Pontypridd). It was designed to provide fresh drinking water to passers-by and animals. The relief inscriptions on the undersides of the projecting bowls read as follows: DUW A DIGON / HEB DDUW HEB DDIM (God is Everything Without God Without Anything).

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