Brecon Congregational Memorial College

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Brecon Congregational Memorial College was a Congregational college in Brecon, Powys, Mid Wales. The college graduated ministers and missionaries who were posted to Africa and India. There were classes in biblical literature, chemistry, classical languages, logic, psychology, theism, theology, trigonometry, German language, and Welsh language. The college was established in Carmarthen in 1757, and was located in Brecon from 1839. The Memorial College building in Brecon was opened in 1869.[1] After the last principal left in 1959, the college was closed. The building is now named Camden Court and is used for sheltered housing.[2]

Brecon Congregational Memorial College