This is an incredibly well preserved large church in the centre of this walled town on the coast of West Wales. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a leaflet explaining the church, the notes I took were without my reading glasses and I was exhausted by the time I got there, and their website is so busy telling people how busy they are there’s no information on the actual building. But at least I got some nice pictures.
Boxy tower with spire from main street
Strangest Norman-ish entrance. More like hair round the door-face.
I think my scrawl claims this was the merchant Thomas White. Looks like he’s kneeling in a fireplace.
One of a pair of badly defaced tombs.
An unnamed medieval woman, moved here when the church was enlarged.
A cadaver tomb, again unnamed, usually below an image of the dead person, as a reminder that we are all mortal, we will all decay.
The biggest and finest tomb, the Scottsborough monument showing the first wife of Thomas Reed? of Scotsborough, a former mansion in the town. Margaret died in childbirth 1610 having produced 10 children of whom 7 survived.
A fine baptismal font with ornate cover.