St Mary, Fishguard

St Mary, Fishguard
Record Type:
Parish Church
Church code:
St Davids
St Davids

Statutory Designation Information

Listed Building?
This is a Grade II Listed Building
Scheduled Monument?
There is no Scheduled Monument within the curtilage or precinct

National Park

The church is not in a National Park

Conservation Area

The church is in a Conservation Area

Buildings At Risk Status

On Buildings At Risk Register?
This church is not on the Buildings at Risk Register

Approximate Date

Approximate Date:

Exterior Image

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Summary Description

Fishguard is an Irish packet port perhaps more famous as the surrender point for the last invasion of Britain and the memorial to Jemima Nicholas the lady who is claimed to have led a party of Welsh women, dressed in their traditional costume and so being seen by the French as redcoats. The lower harbour was the setting for much of the film ‘Under Milk Wood. The A40 from London reaches its end, nominally in Fishguard but now, more accurately in Goodwick where the Irish Ferries berth. Reference Buildings of Wales –Pembrokeshire 2004 OS Map 145 The Encyclopaedia of Wales Coflein 421125

Visiting and Facilities

The church is open for worship.
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Church Website

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Sources and Further Information

View information on worship and access at this church on the Church In Wales web site
RCAHMW (2004) Coflein [Digital Archive/Document]