Rev. T. C. Roberts, Llanfairfechan, says: The revival was first felt in Llanfairfechan during the last week in November. The following week all the chapels had special prayer-meetings, which were well attended, and were the means of arousing the whole place. Hardly a night passed in any of the chapels without some converts. The following week we had united prayer-meetings and special services. The week after all the chapels had their own meetings. Every Saturday evening from the commencement we have had a united prayer-meeting, either in one of the largest chapels or in the Public Hall, and, wherever it is held, the place is always packed. Every Saturday evening, previous to the meeting, there is always a procession through the whole place. The women also are having a united prayer-meeting twice a week, which is well attended, and a great means of blessing. The workmen also are having prayer-meetings in the Penmaur Quarries at the dinner hour. Since the revival came there is a vast improvement in the moral tone and behaviour of the whole place. From, 'The Great Revival in Wales,' by S B Shaw, page 112.
Meetings likely to have been here.