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Historic Chapel to Let - Pembroke




John Wesley , who founded the Methodist movement, made at least thirteen visits to Pembrokeshire between 1763 to 1788 recording his journeys in his Journals. Riding on horseback he usually approached the county from Carmarthen.
He preached two or three times a day, opening chapels, raising funds for schools, prescribing for the sick, superintending schools and orphanages and writing religious literature. He worked constantly towards getting his message across. It is believed he travelled 250,000 miles in the course of his ministry. He died poor after a short illness on 2 March 1791 leaving behind a huge legacy of followers.


Another historic chapel to visit nearby

Another historic chapel to visit nearby
Perched precariously on the cliff at St Govan’s Head, the tiny 13th century St Govan’s Chapel is a spectacular sight. Huddled among the rocks, almost at sea level, it’s only accessible by climbing down 52 steps. It was built on the site of a holy well that once attracted pilgrims