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Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire


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Site OS Grid Ref: SN225418
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Church (Anglican)
Site presented in 1897 by Thomas Williams and others. Built 1898 by Prothero & Phillot of Cheltenham, in local Cilgerran stone, from quarry near the old Parsonage. Cost £1600. Font and pulpit from demolished private chapel at Pentre, Newchapel, in the parish and brought here in the 1970s. Holy Trinity Chapel was built 1878 at Pentre as a chapel-of-ease for £3000 by Mrs Saunders Davies of Pentre, but was for all practical purposes a private chapel for the owners of the estate and their dependents.

People associated with this site
   as architect: Prothero and Phillott


Works at this site:
  Scenes from the Passion and Resurrection of Christ Scenes from the Passion and Resurrection of Christ
firm/studio: A L Moore & Son
about 1898-1900
Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire
east wall of the chancel
  The Three Marys Visit the Empty Tomb The Three Marys Visit the Empty Tomb
firm/studio: A L Moore & Son
about 1898-1900
Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire
south wall of the chancel
  The Virgin Mary and the Risen Christ The Virgin Mary and the Risen Christ
firm/studio: A L Moore & Son
about 1898-1900
Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire
south wall of the chancel
  The Ascension The Ascension
1898
Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire
west wall
  I am the Resurrection and the Life I am the Resurrection and the Life
Church of St David, Carreg-wen, Pembrokeshire



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