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St James's Church, Dale, Pembrokeshire

Denomination: Anglican

Dedication: St James the Great

Built: Medieval
Rebuilt: 1761
Remodelled: 1890 and 1903

  Photography: Colin Parker
Date: 23 June 2009
Camera: unknown
St James's Church

Note 1: The west tower is 15th century. The nave and chancel south walls and their windows are Victorian but the battered east and north walls are medieval. [Source: The Old Parish Churches of South-West Wales by Mike Slater, published 1994, Folly Publications, Malvern; ISBN 1-871731-19-4]

Note 2: St James's church, Dale, has a late medieval tower with a nave and chancel rebuilt in 1761, and thoroughly remodelled in 1890 by F.R. Kempson architect of Hereford and Cardiff. Some further work was carried out in 1903. The Tower is slim, sheer with battered sides and a small slated recessed pyramid roof. [Source: Coflein database of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (accessed 23 Mar 2016)]

St James's Church

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