Friday 24th June from 10.30am to 12.00pm for a funeral

Saturday 25th June until 1.30pm for Ordination Service.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Face-coverings are no longer mandatory in the Cathedral, but you are welcome to wear them if that makes you feel comfortable.

Dogs are very welcome in the Cathedral grounds, but only assistance dogs are allowed in the building.

Information for exhibitors

The Cloister area has great facilities for artists in various media. The Refectory and Gallery compliment each other very well offering good food and interesting exhibitions in a beautiful setting. Both are open throughout the year.

The Gallery provides a showcase for high quality arts and crafts in a year round changing programme of work. This includes both Pembrokeshire artists and those from further afield whose work is inspired by this area or related in spirit.

If you would like to hold an exhibition or have any queries please contact Marty Makin either by email or on 01437 72020.

For those interested in applying to exhibit in the Gallery there are several points to consider:

  1. Choosing dates
    Although there are obvious peak times in terms of the number of visitors that does not necessarily mean they will all be there to buy paintings or craft work.  It is quite likely that out of season months will attract those particularly interested in the arts and serious purchasers.
  2. Fee
    1. In the winter November up to Easter no weekly charge, but a commission of 20% of sales.
    2. Easter to the end of June, mid September to the end of October - 22% commission .
    3. July to mid September (high season) the higher of 25% commission.
    4. Festival Week will be treated as high season.
  3. Opening times
    Normally 10:00am to 4:30pm, although in the winter it may be 11:00am to 4:00pm.
  4. Insurance
    Your works of art must have insurance covered by yourselves for damage and theft. The Cathedral is not responisble for any damage while your works of art are in the Cathedral building.
  5. Stewarding
    Ideally you need to be on duty for your exhibition, both to sell, and to be available to talk to visitors.  A full time presence would be ideal but not necessary, or at least a set time daily when visitors know you will be present.
  6. Sales
    All sales will go through the refectory till and you will receive a bank transfer at the end of the exhibition less your commision.

           If you would like to hold an exhibition or have any queries please contact Marty Makin either by email or on 01437 720202.