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Llanethdy Gwyn   |   The Cheese Factory

Bethesda, Gwynedd, 2020

Formerly St Pius Church in Bethesda, this building has been repurposed as a Cheese factory. The ground floor is fully kitted out and refrigerated for cheese production and maturation. The first floor will have a cafe for visitors. Additional skylights will bring in more light and give views to the surrounding landscape. The ground floor will be extended to the rear and above is a new terrace. Photovoltaic panels will offset some of the building energy use and retrofit insulation to the roof will improve its thermal performance.

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