A Christian church has been accused of a "lack of unity" after it rejected a Muslim group's bid to hold Koran studies in its hall.
A group of Muslims wanted to use the Feed My Lambs church hall - a former infant school - for "Koran and cultural studies", and they had already used it twice.
But after initially being allowed to hire the space, their cheque for hiring it again was returned to them.
Today, the Church in Wales said the hall - which was part-funded by Heritage Lottery money - was available for "secular" activities.
But Kenny Khan, the councillor representing the Muslim group - said the decision was disappointing and seemed like a backwards step.