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Brief description of site

St Brynach's churchyard has an avenue of yew trees, perhaps dating from the medieval period, on the approach to the church entrance. The churchyard also contains unusual walled family vaults and some 19th-century Irish yews.

Brief history of site

Most of the church dates from the 15th century, though the tower is from the 12th century. An avenue of yew trees is probably also of the 15th century.

Location information:

Address: Nevern, Pembrokeshire, SA42 0NF

Locality: Nevern

Local Authorities:

Pembrokeshire; Nevern; Nevern

Historical County: Pembrokeshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 159 Grid Ref: SN083400
Latitude: 52.0252 Longitude: -4.79557

Key information:

Form of site: cemetery

Purpose of site: cemetery

Context or principal building: church

Site first created: 1425 to 1525

Main period of development: 15th century

Survival: Part: standing remains

Site Size (Hectares): 0.3

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