The chapel of Our Lady and St Non perches no more than a few yards above the steep cliffs and clear waters of the bay. Rising beyond a bank dotted with the brilliant spires of foxgloves, it was a welcome sight on a damp morning. It is a place I have wanted to visit for a long time, though the building itself is less that a hundred years old. The tiny chapel, just twenty-five feet long and twelve feet wide, was built in 1934 by Cecil Morgan-Griffiths. He had built a house on the cliff top, close to a far more ancient site that has long been revered as a holy place and, as the nearest Catholic Church was many miles away, he built the little chapel that would become the most westerly in Wales.
Morgan-Griffiths used stones and fragments of architectural beauty from ruined chapels in order to build…
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Thanks for reblogging, Judith. Pembrokeshire is an incredibly beautiful place, isn’t it?
You are so welcome, Sue. And it is; beautiful and mysterious and peaceful in so many different way. Every time I go into cities and towns, although I enjoy the bustle and people watching, I know this is where I want to spend the rest of my days. Jx
I can understand that, Judith, all too well.
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