Tag Archives: St Brynach

Keep the babies out of church

The porch of St Brynach’s church, Nevern, welcomes worshippers and visitors into the Church. It also offers warmth, shelter and safety to a family of swallows, one of whom flew out as I walked in, skimming over my head and missing me by … Continue reading

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A thousand years at Nevern

As a child , it was the shady avenue of ancient Yew trees, one of which intriguingly bled thick dark red sap, that would make my visits to Nevern’s St Brynach’s Church special. Now, my treat awaits at the end of the shadows, where … Continue reading

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Did this legendary PR man for the Church in Wales really exist?

St Brynach was a sixth century monk who earned his sainthood while socialising with royalty and travelling extensively both in mainland Europe and on the route which is now the A 487 between Fishguard and Nevern. He’s not exactly a … Continue reading

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