Nevern is located in the north of Pembrokeshire in West Wales. The village is renowned for its historic monuments including the church of St Brynach, the remains of an ancient fortress and the Nevern Cross. Being close to the small seaside resort of Newport with its glorious sandy beaches and wide estuary its the perfect destination for a Welsh seaside break.
St Brynach's Church: St Brynach built the foundation church in 540 AD and the tower of the present building is believed to be of 12th century Norman construction. An Irish saint, Brynach travelled far and wide before settling in Pembrokeshire, and befriending St David the patron saint of Wales. Little remains of the original chapel other than a number of carved stones. Both the Maglocunus' stone and the Vitialanus' are carved with bilingual inscriptions of the 5th century Irish Ogham script and Latin.....
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