Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion

formerly in: Cardiganshire


N.B.Position of marker is approximate and does not necessarily show the exact location of the site.

Place OS Grid Ref: SN1746

Photo © Martin Crampin

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Church (Roman Catholic)
1970, by Weightman & Bullen of Liverpool. The shrine of Our Lady of the Taper is in an adjacent, detached, building on the same site. The original, medieval shrine, associated with Cardigan Priory, was a notable place of pilgrimage until it was destroyed in 1538. The restored shrine is the National Shrine of Our Lady in Wales.

People associated with this site
   as architect: Weightman & Bullen


Artworks at this site:
  Flowers of the Virgin Mary Flowers of the Virgin Mary
artist: Amber Hiscott
about 1999
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
north side of the church
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
artist: Mother Concordia
about 1986
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
shrine of Our Lady of the Taper
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
artist: Amber Hiscott
about 1995
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
shrine of Our Lady of the Taper
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
artist (after): Vincent Dapré
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
  Stations of the Cross Stations of the Cross
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
north wall
  Baptism and Confirmation    from    The Seven Sacraments Baptism and Confirmation
from The Seven Sacraments

artist: Amber Hiscott
about 1980
Our Lady of the Taper, Cardigan, Ceredigion
west end of the church



Other sites at Cardigan, Cardiganshire
Priory Church of St Mary

View this site on the Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue



Artworks previously at this site:
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  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
artist: Vincent Dapré
about 1956
Carmelite Monastery, Dolgellau, Gwynedd


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