Although no revivalist has visited the isolated village of …between the eastern and western valleys of Monmouthshire, some memorable meetings have been held, not the least striking being that on Sunday night. Seven persons were given the right hand of fellowship at the Congregational church, when two men entered the chapel, one saying with trembling voice that he was a ‘backslider’ and that both had decided for Christ. Praise rang through the chapel and the service continued until 11.30pm.
From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 2nd March 1905.
The secretary reported - 36 new members and 8 inquirers. Town reformed completely. Memorable meetings and extraordinary scenes taking place. Population 400; pledged abstainers 200. Revival only just begun.
From, 'The South Wales Daily News', 31st March 1905.