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10/08/24 Tomos Newman EP Launch - Burnetts Hill Chapel Martletwy

10/08/24 Tomos Newman EP Launch - Burnetts Hill Chapel Martletwy

10th August 2024

Join us at the iconic Burnett's Hill Chapel for the launch of Tomos Newman's latest EP 'Chain of Daisies'. This will be the first chance to hear these songs live since their release. The EP was recorded at Studiowz, and consists of 6 new songs. It will be performed alongside some unreleased songs and older original material. 

This is a seated event with small limited capacity. 

No alcohol permitted. 

Please be seated by 6:30PM 

7PM Start - 9PM Finish

Burnett's Hill Chapel, Martletwy, Pembrokeshire SA67 8AX

HOW TO FIND BURNETT'S HILL CHAPEL

FINDING BURNETT'S HILL CHAPEL FROM CANASTON BRIDGE

Head towards Carew on the Oakwood road. At Cross Hands, turn right just after Canaston Bowl. Stay on this road for 3.3 miles (straight through Martletwy) and then take the left turn up a steep hill. Turn left at the top and park along the verge on the right or in the paddock on the left.

FINDING BURNETT'S HILL CHAPEL FROM CAREW

Head towards Cresselly on the Canaston Bridge road. At Whitehill, turn left just after the Land Rover Garage. Keep going past the pub at Cresswell Quay and over the narrow stone bridge, taking the left hand fork up the hill and past Penquoit towards Lawrenny. At the first cross-roads (Deals Cross) keep straight on. Half a mile further on you come to Knowles cross-roads. Turn right and keep going along a narrow lane for a mile and a half until you reach the chapel. Park in the paddock on the right.

Useful tip: Bring a small cushion (the pews are hard) and also a pocket torch to find your car afterwards...



Burnett's Hill Calvinistic Methodist Chapel is a rare and important survival of early Pembrokeshire chapel architecture. Built in cottage style in 1812 to serve the coal-mining community of Landshipping and Martletwy, it has been little altered over the years and has a timeless charm all of its own.

Like so many Welsh chapels, Burnett's Hill was forced to close in the 1980s for want of a congregation, and it might have become a complete ruin but for the intervention of a group of local people who formed themselves into the Friends of Burnett's Hill Chapel and set about saving the building.



 

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