For over two months revival meetings have been held at Llandrillo every night of the week. The Congregationalists and Wesleyans have been holding meetings in the two chapels, and the Calvinistic Methodists in their own chapel. The meetings of the Congregationalists and Wesleyans are limited to about an hour, and a large number pray briefly but with fervour. At the C. M. chapel meetings are held for about an hour. Following this, meetings are held by the young people. Someone goes forward to begin, and very soon the 'hwyl' is raised, and for a time the place will be ablaze, some praying and others singing. There is here indeed a true revival. From, 'The Wrexham Advertiser', 11th March 1905.