Welcome to Penterry Online - 18th May 2021
COVID update - 3rd May 21
Due to COVID restrictions we are unable to celebrate the Eucharist in the Church, however we plan to hold brief outdoor services at 11:30am on the first Sunday of each month until normal services can resume. Please contact us at info@penterry.org.uk if you would like to attend.
Click to view or download (Word 2003) The Mary Moxley Murder Progamme

The Mary Moxley Murder

In December 1842 the foul murder of Mary Moxley was committed at Penterry. Local labourer Edward Rees was tried and hanged for the crime in April 1843.

On Saturday 30th October 2010, to a packed audience at St. Arvans Memorial Hall, the St. Arvans Pantomaniacs staged a dramatisation of the trial.

Refreshments were provided in the form of a hog roast, and the St Arvans Occasional Singers entertained us with contemporary songs. Then the audience delivered their verdict: Not guilty - by a large majority!

For more information, please download a copy of the event programme, attached below. To see the evening in pictures, click here .