POW Camp 70; as it was known during WW2, housed over 1,200 Italians during the war. As most of you know the Italians had no place of worship. Therefore they gave up one of their “huts” and converted it to a Catholic church. This hut STILL stands to this day. The old medical centre building still stands. The Water Tower also still stands. Why not come down and have a look for yourself?
Plan Your Visit
Viewing is by prior appointment only. Please contact us and book to avoid disappointment. Parties of 12 people or more are required. £5 ahead, cost all goes towards maintenance and upkeep of the church.
Wondering how to find us, when we’re open, or anything else? Reach out using the contact form below. What are you waiting for? We’re excited to welcome you.
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henllan bridge prison of war camp 70
henllan industrial estate, Llandysul
07772148937 Andrew/Kerry-Jayne 07964404133
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