Venues

Rhosygilwen

Fishguard Town Hall

St Davids Cathedral

St Mary's Church Fishguard

St Mary's Church, Newport

Ebenezer Chapel, Newport

Parking

There are parking facilities immediately adjacent to Neuadd y Dderwen Rhosygilwen, Letterston Memorial Hall, Tabor Chapel, St Nicholas Hall and Holy Name Church.

Pay and display car parks are available within a few minutes’ walk of Theatr Gwaun, St Mary’s Church Haverfordwest, St Mary’s Church Fishguard and St Davids Cathderal.

There is very limited parking in the immediate vicinity of St Mary’s Church, Newport and Ebenezer Chapel, Newport.  Please allow extra time.

If you require blue badge parking please let us know in advance by emailing info@fishguardmusicfestival.co.uk

 

Ebenezer Chapel, Newport

Ebenezer Chapel, Newport

The current chapel, designed by James Salmon of Newport was built in 1845 and is an example of the Sub-Classical
Fishguard Town Hall

Fishguard Town Hall

Meeting point for the start of our town walk.
Neuadd y Dderwen, Rhosygilwen

Neuadd y Dderwen, Rhosygilwen

Neuadd y Dderwen (The Oak Hall) is a purpose built concert venue in the grounds of Rhosygilwen Mansion.
St David's Cathedral

St Davids Cathedral

Built on the site of St David’s sixth century monastery, the cathedral is one of the oldest in Britain and
St Mary's Church, Fishguard

St Mary’s Church, Fishguard

Situated in the very centre of Fishguard town, St Mary’s Church was built in 1857 and is notably for its
St Mary's Church, Haverfordwest

St Mary’s Church, Haverfordwest

St Mary's Church is an Anglican church in the centre of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales, prominently visible at the top of
St Marys Church Newport

St Mary’s Church, Newport

Restored to its present state in 1879, the parish church of Newport was built in the 13th Century by William
St. Nicholas Village Hall

St. Nicholas Village Hall

The former village school has been converted to a community hall.