February 28th, 2017

Ruins of St Non's Chapel - St Davids Lifeboat Station - Eisteddfod, St Davids

Information Centre, St Davids
Taking in the view on our walk to St Non's Chapel
St Non's Holy Well
Grotto at St Non's Chapel
C7th to C9th Ruins of St Non's Chapel
Behind Gillian is the C7th Pillar Stone
Ruins of
St Non's Chapel
St Non's Chapel and St Non's Retreat Centre
St. Non's Chapel, birthplace of St David in the C6th
View towards St Non's Cliffs
'Saint Non'
by William Morris of Westminster, 1920
Altar made from stones retrieved from the Old Prior of Whitewell. 'Our Lady of Victories' marble statue was carved by Boulton of Cheltenham
'Saint David' c.1934 by Frederick Eden
Daffodils along the footpath
back to St Davids
The head of Porthclais Harbour
Old Lime Kilns, Porthclais Harbour
Lime Kilns, used between 1650 - 1900
Porthclais Harbour
Porthclais Harbour
Geocaching
Porthclais Harbour
Old lime kilns, Porthclais Harbour
Looking across to Ramsey Island
St Davids Lifeboat Station based in St Justinian, is a Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Station.
It was opened in 1869. The new station is on the left and the old station on the right
View from the top of Carn Rhosson overlooking Rhosson Caravan Park
View from the top of Carn Rhosson
looking towards St Davids
St Davids from Carn Rhosson
(1.5 miles from the Cathedral)
Eisteddfod St Davids. A Welsh festival of literature, music and performance
View from the top of Carn Rhosson toward Ramsey Island

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