A peaceful village near the Pembrokeshire coast :: Shared Description

'The Buildings of Wales: Pembrokeshire' describes Nolton as "a loosely strung village along the road leading down to the coastal Nolton Haven" (Lloyd, T.; Orbach, J.; and Scourfield, R. pp326/7: New Haven; Yale University Press; 2004) The church, St Madoc's, dates to 1219. It has a Norman font. The village, although small, has a village hall that doubles up as a reading room.
by Basher Eyre

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SM8618 : St Madoc, Nolton: August 2019 by Basher Eyre


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Created: Tue, 3 Sep 2019, Updated: Tue, 3 Sep 2019

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