Flemish tapestry saves crumbling church
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Flemish tapestry saves St Jerome's in Llangwm

A village in Pembrokeshire has saved its crumbling Medieval church from closure - by enlisting the help of its Flemish founders.

Five years ago, St Jerome's in Llangwm was in urgent need of repair with damp and bits of render falling down.

But a research project creating a 5m-long (16ft) tapestry illustrating the town's 900-year-old links has raised more than £431,000 to renovate it.

Jennifer Jones reports.

  • 24 Mar 2017
  • From the section Wales