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  1. St Davids Cathedral (Welsh: Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi) is an Anglican cathedral situated in St Davids, Britain's smallest city, in the county of Pembrokeshire, near the most westerly point of Wales.

    • c. AD 589
    • Wales
  2. View of the Cathedral and its nave. The Cathedral as it stands today was begun by Norman Bishop Peter de Leia in 1181, and, adds twelfth-century author Gerald of Wales, was home to some friendly jackdaws. The central tower collapsed twice over the next century.

  3. Feb 5, 2024 · The Cathedral is open for general visiting 10.00am - 4.30pm Mondays to Saturdays and 1.00pm to 3.00pm on Sundays. EVENING SERVICES & EVENTS: Please bring a torch with you, as we are waiting for Pembrokeshire County Council to repair. a number of lights in the Cathedral grounds! The Cathedral Bookshop in the Nave and the Domus Gift Shop are open ...

  4. St Davids Cathedral. St David’s Cathedral is the mother church of the diocese of St Davids and an iconic reminder of the Christian heritage of the whole nation of Wales. The cathedral is home to a living community of faith that maintains daily worship, welcomes visitors and pilgrims and offers a pastoral ministry of welcome, care, healing and ...

  5. a toilet suitable for disabled visitors, located in the South Cloister. a loop system in the Nave and the Quire. limited disabled parking spaces. Please contact us at least 24 hours in advance, if at all possible, to book a space. We are happy to discuss any further accessibility requirements - please contact the Deanery Office on 01437 720202 ...

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  7. St David, Dewi Sant, was a leading figure and monk in the early Welsh Church who lived in this area in the sixth century. He founded a monastic community here living a simple, austere life in the Celtic monastic tradition which connected the people of Wales with Ireland, Cornwall, France and the Scottish Isles.

  8. About St Davids Cathedral. St Davids is one of the great historic shrines of Christendom. Nowhere in Britain is there a more ancient cathedral settlement, for it reaches back fourteen centuries and survived the plunder of the Norsmen in the 'Dark Ages'.

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