In 1897 Wesleyan Methodists in South Wales wanted to commemorate the minister who had established a mission here, and this resulted in a new chapel being built beside the Taff, named Capel Goffadwriaethol Eglwysbach - Eglwysbach memorial chapel. The grandeur of the construction is surely a fitting memorial to the minister, John Evans, who came from Eglwysbach in North Wales. Unfortunately, the chapel fell into disrepair but local GPs took the opportunity of converting it  into a medical practice. The consulting rooms are around the sides of the chapel, underneath the gallery. The central part of the ceiling, decorated with two rose patterns, is still visible.

In 1897 Wesleyan Methodists in South Wales wanted to commemorate the minister who had established a mission here, and this resulted in a new chapel being built beside the Taff, named Capel Goffadwriaethol Eglwysbach – Eglwysbach memorial chapel. The grandeur of the construction is surely a fitting memorial to the minister, John Evans, who came from Eglwysbach in North Wales. Unfortunately, the chapel fell into disrepair but local GPs took the opportunity of converting it ┬áinto a medical practice. The consulting rooms are around the sides of the chapel, underneath the gallery. The central part of the ceiling, decorated with two rose patterns, is still visible.