Henry Vaughan’s grave at Llansantffraed Church restored

The grave of internationally-renowned poet Henry Vaughan has undergone a £10,000 restoration. Henry Vaughan lived near Talybont on Usk and wrote poetry about our beautiful landscape. Talybont has a circular walk, starting in the village, which is named after him and features lines of his poetry.

Money from the public and a grant from Brecon Beacons Trust has paid for repairs to the headstone and improved access to the grave at St Bridget’s Church, Llansantffraed.

The project was organised by Brecknock Society and Museum Friends.


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