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St Brynach's New Church, Bryn-henllan, Dinas Cross

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Map ReferenceSN03NW
Grid ReferenceSN0104039355
Unitary (Local) AuthorityPembrokeshire
Old CountyPembrokeshire
CommunityDinas Cross
Type Of SiteCHURCH
Period19th Century
St Brynach's church is situated on the west side of the road into Bryn-henllan from the A487. It was built to replace the medieval church of St Brynach (NPRN 304400) on the beach at Dinas Head which was damaged by a storm in 1851 and almost swept away in the great storm of 1859.
The new church was built in 1860-1 to designs of R.K.Penson. It is constructed of brown rubble stone and slate roofs. It consists of low nave and narrower chancel, slated west bell-turret, south-west porch unusually gabled east-west, gabled north-east vestry with chimney, and both tracery and lancet windows. The porch contains a dismantled thirteenth-century font, square and scalloped.
Inside, timbered roofs are open. Fittings include an octagonal nineteenth-century font, and an oak pulpit carved by the Rector's niece F.Alderson. Stained glass includes work by Abbot & Co, Lancaster (1913).

T.Lloyd, J.Orbach & R.Scourfield, Buildings of Wales: Pembrokeshire (2004), p.183.
Google Street View, August 2011.

RCAHMW, 20 July 2015