St Nicholas's Church, New Moat, Pembrokeshire
Dedication: St Nicholas
Built: Medieval (west tower)
Rebuilt: 19th century (remainder)
Note 1: The tower is old but the nave, north aisle, chancel, and north chapel were rebuilt in the 19th century. There is an altar tomb of William Scourfield, died 1621.
[Source: The Old Parish Churches of South-West Wales, by Mike Salter, Folly Publications, Malvern, 1994; ISBN 1-871731-19-4]
Note 2: New Moat is a small agricultural village to the east of Llys-y-Fran Reservoir. The church, at the southern entrance to the T-shaped settlement, has a narrow medieval tower of the kind common in south Pembrokeshire.
[Source: 'ceridwen' on the Geograph website]
Above and below: Photographs by Google StreetView, June 2009
Below: Photograph by Dai Bevan, 13 September 2002, with Kodak DX4900 Zoom camera