of his published compositions, including the anthems 'God that madest Earth and Heaven', 'Trinity most Blessed Light', and the utterly delightful carol setting '0 Little Town of Bethlehem'. Whether it is Harold Stocks, Kenneth Turner, St. Ervan Johns at St. Woolos, Newport, or any of the people in these biographical sketches, this substantial booklet is an excellent source of material for those studying in this field. It will be of equal value to the many who will simply have an interest because of involvement with Welsh music in some way or another. Sometime it is to be hoped that a proper and comprehensive survey of the music of the Welsh Cathedrals will be undertaken like that splendid and scholarly work by Dr. Harry Grindle, Irish Cathedral Music. Meanwhile Enid Bird is to be congratulated. This is a splendid and useful production softback, well and clearly printed, and well supplied with photographs of many of the people involved. At £ 5, it represents very good value indeed. RICHARD FENWICK Canon Precentor of Guildford Cathedral F.G. Cowley, Llanmadoc and Cheriton. Two North Gower Churches and their Parishes. (Rector and the Llanmadoc and Cheriton Parochial Church Council, 1993) ii + 43 pp. illus. ISBN 0 95220 460 6, £ 5. Hilary M. Thomas, Ystradowen. A Tale of Princes, Priests and People. (Parochial Church Council of Ystradowen, 1993) 96 pp. illus. ISBN 0 85326 086 9. No price quoted. David Smith, 'They Did it Their Way'. The story of St. Martin of Tours, Haverfordwest. (Parochial Church Council of St. Martin's Church, Haverfordwest, 1992) 106 pp. illus. No price quoted. Welsh Parochial Church Councils are becoming more ambitious. When it comes to the history of their place of worship they are, if