Tiny chapel found in Wales

Twenty years ago, Bill Devereux bought land near Wrexham in northern Wales. During clean-up and restoration around the property, Devereux discovered what is believed to be the smallest chapel in the UK (photos)

The tiny, seven-foot-wide (2.5 meters) and 10-foot-long (3 meters) building, dating to the 8th or 9th century, was buried near the house, and could be the "lost" St Leonard of Glyn Chapel, whose location has been mystery to experts. "I knew it was important, special, religious, with a deeper meaning. I see myself as a custodian, to make sure it isn't damaged, and want it saved for another 600 years," said Devereux.