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St Andrew’s (II*) is thought to be an early nineteenth century rebuilding of a medieval church, although no perceptible early fabric remains.

The church is valued for its survival as a modest but evocative late Georgian Anglican box with Gothick windows, and a completely intact interior.

The chief joy is the painted and panelled pulpit and reading desk, the former so tall it almost touches the ceiling with its sounding board. There remains a complete set of box pews and an unusually elaborate memorial tablet against the east wall.

The interior also houses a modest twelfth century square font.

Address - Nevern, Bayvil, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3XN.

Location - off the B4852 bewteen Nevern and Glanrhyd.