However a spokesman for Thames Valley Police tonight said it appeared to be a false alarm. Police spokesman James Wiliams added: "We had a report that a man had a firearm in Mably Way.
) is an Anglican cathedral in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales.
Little is known for certain about the early history of this ancient church – we must rely largely on deduction.
Let the visitor first go up to the Chancel and look to their left at the North wall. Two of these are apparently Roman and probably date back to the fourth century, from which we may deduce that a building stood here in Roman times.
After consulting council records, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary has written to 780 holiday and second-home owners in the area.
The letters warn the owners that they face prosecution if they fail to ensure that their children and guests abide by the law over the busy summer season.
"It appears very heavy-handed and intrusive," he said.
Other populations I enjoy are singles wanting support in online dating, and young professionals and college students trying to learn how to manage stress.So, we cannot be certain, but it is not impossible that Christian worship has been practised here for nearly two thousand years, which would account for the sense of holiness and calm that everyone perceives on entering the building.Now, look up at the window in the North wall of the Chancel above the arches.It is known, for instance that Llewrwg, King of the Silures, who inhabited these parts, sent three men to Rome for instruction in AD 156 and one of these men named Medwy was canonised for his Christian teaching and medical work after his return.
It is suggested that the name of the parish (Michaelston-y-Fedw) is derived from the name of the two Saints, Michael and Medwy, and because very few churches in Christendom were dedicated to St Michael before 495 AD it may be that the building that stood here was used for Christian worship as taught by St Medwy even before it was requisitioned by some pagan Roman soldier during the occupation.It is one of two cathedrals in Cardiff, the other being the Roman Catholic Cardiff Cathedral in the city centre.