Ystradgynlais & District

History and Heritage

Ystradgynlais Library Carving

Outside Ystradgynlais Library is a stone carving representing a mother and child reading, a world of books carved in stone, the heart and value of a local library to the community.

Initially it was positioned at base level in the flower bed, but it was soon realised that a plinth was needed to raise it up to a more visible height, especially when the vegetation grew.

Photographed in Occtober 2016, the library carving stands more starkly against the weeded flowerbed.

Another view, showing the curve and shapes of the carving.

Some 2018 Photographs

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