Grade 2 Places of Worship in Wales

ListingNameCountyDescription
IIEbenezer ChapelAngleseyApproximately 100m S of junction with Cytir Road. Behind low wall with stone posts, iron railings and gates.
IIAberffraw Calvinistic Methodist ChapelAngleseySlightly set back from the W side of Chapel Street, with an enclosed yard to front (N), and c. 225m NNE of the church of St. Beuno, Aberffraw. The chapel house and earlier schoolroom range is directl
IIBethel Hen Methodist ChapelAngleseySet back from the NW side of the A5025 as it passes through the village of Llanrhyddlad, the chapel once lay along the route of the main road, which has now been by-passed by the newer road to the SE.
IIBethesda Congregational ChapelAngleseySet back from the S side of Min Ffordd, leading W off the A5025 in the centre of the village of Llanfachraeth.
IIBryn Du ChapelAngleseyLocated on the NE side of the road in the centre of the village of Bryn Du. The chapel is set back from the road, behind an enclosed forecourt with low wall surmounted by railings, entrance gates to
IIBryn Du ChapelAngleseyLocated on the NE side of the road in the centre of the village of Bryn Du. The chapel is set back from the road, behind an enclosed forecourt with low wall surmounted by railings, entrance gates to
IICaergeiliog ChapelAngleseyLocated in a slightly elevated position, set back slightly from the S side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road at the SW end of the village of Caergeiliog. Chapel house is at W side of walled yard to front of
IICapel AbarimAngleseySet back from the W side of the A5025 towards the N end of the village of Llanfachraeth.
IICapel BethaniaAngleseySet back from the NW side of the B4419 in the centre of Llangaffo, c200m SW of the Church of St Caffo.
IICapel BethesdaAngleseySituated on the N side of a minor road on Mynydd Bodafan some 2.5km SW of Brynrefail.
IICapel BozrahAngleseyAt the NW end of the village of Pen-y-Sarn, the chapel is set back from the road at the head of a symmetrically laid-out group including chapel house and school room.
IICapel CanaAngleseyLocated on the NW side of the road leading out of the village towards Brynsiencyn, c150m SW of the Parish Church of St. Deiniol, set within grounds bounded by a low rubble masonry wall and railings an
IICapel DrindodAngleseyFronting the street in a block of building immediately E of Townsend.
IICapel ElimAngleseySet well back from the SE side of the main road through Dwyran, in an isolated position reached only by footpath, to the rear of Dwyran Methodist Chapel.
IICapel HorebAngleseyLocated near the centre of Brynsiencyn, set back slightly from the E side of the A4080.
IICapel HorebAngleseySet back from the W side of a country road leading S from Llangristiolus; c2km SW of the church of St Cristiolus.
IICapel LibanusAngleseyLocated on the E side of Brynsiencyn, c150m S of the junction with the A4080.
IICapel LligwyAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, set back from the SW side of a country road leading N from Llanallgo and c1.25km NNW of the Church of St Allgo.
IICapel MwdAngleseySet on a low ridge one mile S of Parys Mountain with Afon Goch along W side of burial ground with tomb chests. Reached across the fields from farm road to Penyrallt.
IICapel PenielAngleseyLocated at the NE side of the B5111 leading SE from the village of Llanerchymedd.
IICapel Pont yr ArwAngleseySet back from the W side of the A5025 at the S end of the village of Llanfachraeth.
IICapel QuirtAngleseyLocated at the NE side of a corner of a country road leading S off the A4080; c1.5km SE of Dwyran.
IICapel y BeddAngleseyIn churchyard overlooking inner harbour, entered by archway from Market Square. To S of St Gybi’s Church near archway to churchyard.
IICarmel Independent ChapelAngleseySet back from the S side of Llaneilian Road at the junction with the turn off to Bod-Ednyfed.
IIChurch of St AllgoAngleseyLocated within a rectangular churchyard set back from the S side of the A5025, SW of the village of Llanallgo.
IIChurch of St CaffoAngleseyLocated within an enclosed churchyard, set back from the SE side of the B4419 at the NE end of Llangaffo.
IIChurch of St CatherineAngleseyIn a large churchyard and reached by a short drive on the E side of a minor road N of Beaumaris.
IIChurch of St CawdrafAngleseySet back from the W side of a country road which leads N off the B5109 N of Llangoed; E of the small hamlet of Glan-yr-afon.
IIChurch of St CeidioAngleseySet back, within a raised circular churchyard, from the W side of a country road leading NW from the village of Llanerchymedd.
IIChurch of St CeinwenAngleseySet back from the N side of a country road leading W off the B4422 at Cerrigceinwen. The church is set in a hollow below the level of the road.
IIChurch of St CynfarwyAngleseyWithin a rectangular churchyard set back from SE side of the B5112; S of the staggered junction at the centre of the small hamlet of Llechynfarwy.
IIChurch of St DonaAngleseySet to the N of the junction of Allt-Bron-Phillip and Lon Goch with the coastal road at the far end of Red Wharf Bay.
IIChurch of St DwynwenAngleseyThe church remains lie in a shallow hollow in the centre of Llanddwyn Island.
IIChurch of St FfinanAngleseyIn a rural location, set back from the SE side of a country road leading NE off the B5420 to Talwrn; c2.5km E of the outskirts of Llangefni.
IIChurch of St FflewynAngleseyIn an isolated rural location close by the farmstead at Fferam-y-Llan and reached by the farmtrack leading W of a country road S of Mynydd Mechell.
IIChurch of St FigaelAngleseySet within a walled churchyard at the E side of a country road in the hamlet of Llanfigael; c 1.5km ESE of the church of St Machraeth.
IIChurch of St LlwydianAngleseySet back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the N side of the road linking the A5 with the B5109 at Bodffordd.
IIChurch of St MaryAngleseySet within a sub-rectangular enclosed churchyard, in an isolated location reached by a narrow track leading to Ty'n-llan farm. Situated c1km SE of Pont Traeth Cleifiog and c1.5km SW of Caergeiliog.
IIChurch of St MaryAngleseySet back, within a rectangular churchyard, from the S side of the Market Square in the centre of the village of Llanerchymedd.
IIChurch of St MaryAngleseySet back, within a rectangular churchyard, from the SW side of the country road in the rural hamlet of Bodewryd; c3km ESE of Llanfechell.
IIChurch of St MaryAngleseySet back from the N side of the junction of the A5025 and the B5109 in the centre of the village of Pentraeth.
IIChurch of St MaryAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, along a footpath across the fields from Meinir farm. The chapel of ease is set within a rectangular churchyard c1.25km W of the Church of St Ceidio.
IIChurch of St MichaelAngleseySet back from the E side of a country road c350m S of the small hamlet of Maenaddwyn.
IIChurch of St Michael (new church)AngleseySet back from the N side of the A5 (T) at the western end of the village of Gaerwen, in walled churchyard with lychgate.
IIChurch of St Michael (old church)AngleseyIn an isolated location, set back from the NW side of a country road and reached only by footpath. The church remains lie within an enclosed churchyard, c1.4km N of the new Church of St. Michael, Gae
IIChurch of St MihangelAngleseySet within an enclosed rectangular wall churchyard at the SE side of Minffordd Road in the centre of Llanfihangel yn Nhowyn.
IIChurch of St PeirioAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, within a funnel shaped churchyard, set back from the N side of the country road between Llanfechell and Bodewryd; c2.25km ENE of the Church of St Mechell.
IIChurch of St TegfanAngleseySet back from the N side of a country road leading N and E out of Llandegfan towards Hen Bentref Llandegfan.
IIChurch of St TrygarnAngleseyIn an isolated rural location. Set back, down a trackway, from the S side of the B5109 between Trefor and Glan-yr-afon.
IIChurch of St. CyngarAngleseySet back from the NW side of the B5111 Lon Las at the N end of Llangefni. The church is in an elevated location within grounds to the N of the Afon Cefni.
IIChurch of St. DeiniolAngleseyClose to the centre of the village, within churchyard entered by a lychgate E of the war memorial.
IIChurch of St. EdwenAngleseyIn an isolated location c250m from the Menai Strait, reached by a roadway past the Church Lodge of Plas Newydd Estate. The church lies c600m SW of Plas Coch.
IIChurch of St. GwenfaenAngleseyStands in a prominent location above the road in the small hamlet of Rhoscolyn in the SW part of the parish.
IIChurch of St. MaelogAngleseyProminently sited in the centre of the village of Llanfaelog, set back from the junction between the A4080 and the road to Bryn Du.
IIChurch of St. MaelogAngleseyProminently sited in the centre of the village of Llanfaelog, set back from the junction between the A4080 and the road to Bryn Du.
IIChurch of St. MaryAngleseyIn an isolated location SE of Llanfairpwll, below the railway and A4080(T) the church overlooks the Menai Strait and is c250m W of the entrance to the Britannia Bridge.
IIChurch of St. Nidan (new church)AngleseyLocated within a walled churchyard, c750m NW of the old Church of St. Nidan, and c.500m NE of Brynsiencyn, on the N side of the A4080.
IIEbeneser ChapelAngleseySet back slightly from the SW side of the A4080, Chapel Street, within walled grounds, at the SE end of the village of Newborough.
IIEbenezer ChapelAngleseySet back from the S side of a track leading off the Porth Swtan road near the centre of the village of Llanfaethlu.
IIEglwys Bresbyteraidd CymruAngleseyOn the N side of the road from Amlwch Port to Pengorffwysfa, set back in a railed forecourt.
IIEnglish Methodist ChapelAngleseySited parallel to Wesley Street, raised high on a rock embankment.
IIJerusalem ChapelAngleseySet back, within enclosed grounds, to the E side of a country road leading S off the A5(T) in Gwalchmai; c. 350m SSE of the church of St. Morhaiarn.
IIMenai Courthouse ChurchAngleseyLocated on the west side of Beach Road, in the lower part of Menai Bridge. Abutting the northern end of the former police station.
IIMethodist ChapelAngleseyLocated in an elevated position on the SE side of the B4545, at the SW end of the village of Four Mile Bridge.
IIPen-y-Garnedd Calvinistic Methodist ChapelAngleseySet back from the N side of the A5025 on the S approach to the village of Pentraeth.
IISeion Methodist ChapelAngleseySet back slightly, within an enclosed oval yard, from the SE side of the junction of Bridge Street with Bodorgan Square, c. 200m NE of the church of St. Beuno in Aberffraw.
IIShiloh ChapelAngleseySlightly set back, within railed and walled courtyard, from the SE side of a country road leading N out of the small hamlet of Pengorffwysfa.
IISiloh Baptist ChapelAngleseyLocated in the centre of the village of Caergeiliog, set back from the S side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road. The chapel and chapel house are set within enclosed grounds bounded by a low rubble wall with
IISmyrna Congregational ChapelAngleseySet back slightly from the W side of Glanhwfa Road, opposite the Shire Hall.
IISoar ChapelAngleseyLocated on the SE outskirts of Bodedern. The chapel stands in a square garden demarcated by a low wall, with the adjoining chapel house having a separate garden.
IISt. Mary's ChurchAngleseyIn an elevated position on a rocky outcrop above the town, set back from the corner of Telford Road and Mona Road, N of the Menai Suspension Bridge.
IITabernacl ChapelAngleseyOn corner with Baptist Street.
IIBerea United Reformed ChapelBlaenau GwentLocated within small cul-de-sac (Berea Cottages) off W side of A467 Brynmawr-Abertillery road. Steep hillside site.
IICarmel Independent ChapelBlaenau GwentProminently located on the W side of Church Crescent, within a small graveyard.
IIChrist ChurchBlaenau GwentSet in centre of small settlement of St Illtyd, on N side of by-road. Large circular churchyard with remains of medieval churchyard cross some I0 metres N of church.
IIEbenezer Presbyterian ChapelBlaenau GwentChapel prominently located in the centre of Pontygof, NE of Ebbw Vale town centre. New Cottage occupies part of chapel building, entered on E side.
IISalem Baptist ChapelBlaenau GwentProminently located on the E side of High Street, at the junction with Hope Street.
IISaron Congregational ChapelBlaenau GwentProminently located on the E side of Park Row. Chapel strikingly terminates vista looking W up Market Street from The Circle.
IISt George’s ChurchBlaenau GwentProminently located on the E side of the street, set within large railed churchyard.
IIBethania Capel y Bedyddwyr (Welsh Baptist Chapel)BridgendSituated near the centre of Blaengarw, the head of the Garw Valley, on rising ground just E of The Strand.
IIBethlehem Capel BedyddwyrBridgendThe chapel is set in a row of housing and commercial properties just N of the centre of the town and facing down River Street. It is raised on a platform behind a retaining wall
IICapel Newydd, AKA Glynogwr Methodist ChapelBridgendThe chapel is aligned along the road from Blackmill to Gilfach Goch, and stands just E of the village of Glynogwr-Llandyfodwg.
IICapel SaronBridgendLocated in an elevated position above High Street, at the N end of Maesteg, and accessed by a small road to the Forge Factory Estate.
IIChapel of St RoqueBridgendOn Chapel Hill in the pleasure grounds on the N side of Merthyr Mawr House.
IIChurch of All SaintsBridgendLocated on the S side of Pen-y-Fai village on W side of Heol Eglwys.
IIChurch of All SaintsBridgendCentrally within the town of Porthcawl, just NW of the main shopping thoroughfare of St John's Street and on a corner site amidst the seaside housing development of the late CI9 and early CII0
IIChurch of St DavidBridgendThe church is set in a small graveyard on the corner of Talbot Street and Castle Street, at the centre of Maesteg.
IIChurch of St DavidBridgendLocated on the W side of Penprysg Road to the N of Pencoed County Junior School. The church is situated in a large plot with car park to the S and graveyard to the rear.
IIChurch of St Ffraid aka St BrideBridgendOn sloping ground above Afon Ogwr, W of the villageof Sarn and very near the W community boundary and the main road between Bridgend and Maesteg.
IIChurch of St Michael and All AngelsBridgendLocated on the N side of Bryn-mawr Place, off Neath Road, parallel to and lying above Commercial Street.
IIChurch of St TudwgBridgendSet back from E side of minor road through the hamlet, in a walled churchyard.
IIHermon ChapelBridgendSet back from the road near the junction with Merthyr Mawr Road; former chapel houses forward to the street to left and right.
IIHope Baptist ChapelBridgendOccupying a prominent triangular site between Station Hill and Derwen Road with attached church offices grouped around the Station Hill entrance. The main façade faces N over a walled and railed fore
IIHoreb Welsh Presbyterian ChurchBridgendOn the E edge of the village, side onto the main thoroughfare.
IIMortuary ChapelBridgendSituated on the hillside on the eastern edge of the town.
IINazareth Apostolic ChurchBridgendSet back behind iron railings, opposite the lychgate to St Illtyd’s Parish Church.
IIParan Capel y BedyddwrBridgendThe chapel is set on the road from Bridgend to Ogmore Vale, on the N side of its junction with the A4093 to Gilfach Goch and Tonyrefail.
IISalem ChapelBridgendLocated on the E side of Coychurch Road, 0.4km S of the village centre. The chapel is fronted by low stone walls supporting decorative iron railings, and stone piers.
IISiloh Independent ChapelBridgendSet in the centre of Nantyffyllon, and set back behind an iron railed forecourt.
IISt Mary Nolton ChurchBridgendBeside the road with churchyard to E
IITabernacl Capel yr AnnibynwyrBridgendJust N of the main centre of Porthcawl town in a residential street W of the main N/S thoroughfare of South Road.
IITabernacl Capel yr Annibynwyr (Welsh Independent)BridgendSituated on a corner site just E of and above the main Valley thoroughfare, the side elevation being on Meadow Street, the original Valley thoroughfare.
IITabor Eglwys Presbyteriadd CymruBridgendLocated prominently in the S part of Commercial Street, elevated, with the gable front to the street.
IIUnitarian Chapel (Elim Pentecostal Church)BridgendSituated on the corner with Newcastle Hill, set back behind rubble wall; stepped down towards corner entrance with cast iron gates.
IIUnited Reformed ChurchBridgendSituated on a corner site just E of and above the main valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, the side elevation being on Meadow Street which was the original valley thoroughfare.
IIZoar ChapelBridgendSituated in a prominent position where two lanes cross. To the N the land rises up steeply to the Mynydd y Gaer. The chapel and its vestry are fronted by a low wall with iron railings.
IIZoar ChapelBridgendLocated at the end of the short Zoar Place, off Castle Street.
IIArgoed Baptist ChurchCaerphillySituated in a raised graveyard at the lower part of the High Street.
IIBethany English Baptist ChurchCaerphillyIn the town centre, on the W side of the main thoroughfare, S of Tredegar Grounds, with small walled and railed courtyard in front and passages to side.
IIBeulah Baptist ChurchCaerphillySet above the road running along the W bank of the River Ebbw, a little N of the town centre, side on to the road and facing a churchyard.
IICapel HengoedCaerphillySituated above Hengoed, close to Cefn Hengoed; set back from hill road that runs north from Ystrad Mynach. Burial ground to front with good CI9 monuments.
IICapel y BabellCaerphillyOn the S boundary of Cwmfelin-fach and a short way N of the Sirhowy River, in a maintained open space, a walled graveyard adjoining to E.
IIChurch of Christ ChurchCaerphillySituated in a commanding position overlooking the Ebbw Valley on a spur just S of the confluence of the Ebbw and the Ebbw Fach rivers.
IIChurch of Holy TrinityCaerphillyA47II skirts the W side of Ystrad centre; church is set back from the road on a knoll within a very hilly walled churchyard which falls away steeply to W and S, main entry at SE through lychgate.
IIChurch of St CatwgCaerphillyFronting the main crossroads in the village centre, within a churchyard which backs onto the site of Gaer Fawr, a Roman Fort.
IIChurch of St IlanCaerphillyIsolated church on the ridge between Aber and Taff valleys.
IIChurch of St JohnCaerphillyLocated in a high position on the E side of Machen village. Surrounded by a churchyard, from which the ground falls to the south towards the A468.
IIChurch of St MabonCaerphillyOn high ground below Mynydd Eglwysilan, at the junction of the two roads leading S from Nelson
IIChurch of St MartinCaerphillyLocated on the S side of Caerphilly town at the junction of Mountain Road and St Martins Road, just N of the railway station.
IIChurch of St Mary and St MercuriusCaerphillyOn the main thoroughfare a little N of Risca centre; set back from the road in a walled, part paved churchyard with trees, no monuments.
IIChurch of St Mary RiscaCaerphillyAdjacent to the main thoroughfare, a little NW of the main centre, close to the railway and canal. Approached by paths through churchyard from W and SE.
IIChurch of St PaulCaerphillyOn the main E/W thoroughfare through Newbridge leading to Pontllanfraith, surrounded by lawn, yard and church hall to rear.
IIChurch of St TyfaelogCaerphillySituated in a grassy churchyard which slopes down to E, set back from the main thoroughfare; surrounding wall is of stone with gate-pier entrances and walled steps down at W and SW.
IIEbenezer Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCaerphillyLocated in small graveyard opposite a terrace of houses.
IIEnglish Baptist ChurchCaerphillyJust S of Abercarn village on the main thoroughfare between Abercarn and Cwmcarn.
IIHoreb Baptist ChurchCaerphillyLocated in a terrace of cottages next to Gelligaer graveyard, a very small front courtyard being formed by iron railings and gate.
IIMoriah Baptist ChurchCaerphillyIn the town centre, on the E side of the main thoughfare, bordering the N side of Tredegar Grounds. Set in a courtyard fronted by a rock-faced wall with railings and gates.
IINew Bethel ChapelCaerphillyOn the long hill road leading to Mynyddislwyn church, on the rural hillside overlooking the Sirhowy valley.
IITrinity Congregational ChurchCaerphillyOn the E side of the Ebbw valley, to S side of Pont-y-Waun, on a steep hillside above the main valley thoroughfare, within a walled and railed churchyard.
IIWatford ChapelCaerphillyLocated on a steep hill below Caerphilly mountain, S of Caerphilly town centre. The gabled entrance fronts the road. To the N is the burial ground.
IIWelsh Presbyterian ChurchCaerphillyOn a steeply wooded slope, close to the Church of St Luke, reached by a steep flight of steps from Gwyddon Road to S and by a drive from Twyn Road just off High Street.
IIWesley Methodist ChurchCaerphillyLocated at the junction of Crescent Road and St Fagan's Street, just W of the town centre. Set into the slope with elevated entry over basement area.
IIChapel of St. Michael's CollegeCardiffLlandaff
IIWelsh Presbyterian ChapelCardiffNear corner with Bridge Street.
IIBethania Evangelical ChurchCardiffSituated at the S end of the historic village core in a triangular open churchyard shaded with conifers, the burial ground sited opposite on the other side of Bethania Row.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCardiffW of the main throughfare on a hillside and set within a large graveyard, walled and with iron gate on the S side. Attached at W to a terrace of cottages which are not included in the listing.
IIBethlehem Capel yr AnnibynwyrCardiffTowards the S part of the village of Gwaelod-y-garth, on the main thoroughfare, nearly opposite the school fronting a small walled courtyard bounded by brick piers with Radyr stone caps.
IICapel Pen-rhiwCardiffMuseum of Welsh Life
IICardiff United SynagogueCardiffSet back from the south end of the road behind a boundary wall and hedges.
IICathays Methodist ChurchCardiffSituated at the junction with Fanny Street.
IICentury Methodist ChurchCardiffSituated 60m E of junction of Melbourne Road and Fidlas Road.
IIChapel at Whitchurch HospitalCardiffOpposite and to the north of the main entrance of Whitchurch Hospital.
IIChapel of The Cathedral SchoolCardiffChapel situated to south-west of school and connected to school by a single storey wing contemporary with the chapel.
IIChurch of Christ ChurchCardiffNear the centre of Radyr, just SW of the central crossroads.
IIChurch of St Alban's On the MoorsCardiffOn corner of Swinton Street and Carlisle Street.
IIChurch of St Andrew and TeiloCardiffOn the N side of the junction of Woodville Road and Flora Street.
IIChurch of St AnneCardiffAt the N end of Snipe Street, with the entrance on Crofts Street on the S side of St Anne's school.
IIChurch of St CatherineCardiffIn the centre of the Community about 400m north-east of Canton Cross.
IIChurch of St CatwgCardiffIn the centre of Pentyrch village, on a sloping site.
IIChurch of St EdeyrnCardiffSet in a roughly rectangular walled churchyard sideways on to the main road, at junction with road to St Bride's-super-Ely.
IIChurch of St James the GreatCardiffOn W corner of Newport Road and Glossop Road
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistCardiffProminent Gothic Revival church occupying the centre of an oval of mid-Victorian terrace housing.
IIChurch of St MaryCardiffA small church set in the north-east corner of Caerau Camp Hill Fort on the south-east side of the Community.
IIChurch of St Mary of the Angels R.C.CardiffA prominent building in the centre of the Community about 400m north-east of Canton Cross.
IIChurch of St MichaelCardiffOff the road south from St Fagans and about 1000m from the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.
IIChurch of St Michael and All AngelsCardiffIn the middle of the village, side on to the main road, set in a small walled churchyard slightly above the road.
IIChurch of St SaviourCardiffOn corner with Carlisle Street, set back from Splott Road, behind railed forecourt with war memorial cross.
IIChurch of St. Francis of Assissi RCCardiffSet below the south side of Cowbridge Road West but approached from Caerau Park Road.
IIChurch of St. John the BaptistCardiffIn the north-western corner of Llandaff Community where it abuts Radyr Community.
IIChurch of St. MaryInCardiff the centre of the Community at the junction of Church Road, Merthyr Road and Penlline Road.
IIChurch of the ResurrectionCardiffIn the centre of Grand Avenue on the corner with Ty Coch Road.
IIClifton ChurchCardiffOn W corner of Newport Road and Clifton Street.
IIConway Road Methodist ChurchCardiffA prominent building in the centre of the Community about 500m north of Canton Cross.
IICyncoed Methodist ChurchCardiffIn its own grounds at the corner of Westminster Crescent
IIEbeneser Chapel (URC)CardiffOpposite St David's Cathedral.
IIEglwys Dewi SantCardiffIn centre of crescent which is between St Andrew's Place and Dumfries Lane (Stuttgarter Strasse).
IIEly Methodist ChurchCardiffOn rising ground at the junction of Cowbridge Road West and Colin Way.
IIHermon Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCardiffNear the centre of the village SW of the main village thoroughfare, set in walled yard with 3 iron gates, railings with spear finials and 5 piers.
IILisvane Baptist ChapelCardiffOn the lower S facing slope of Caerphilly mountain, NE of Lisvane and surrounded by a walled graveyard.
IINazareth HouseCardiffIn its own grounds to the N of Queen Anne Square with gardens to the S and yard and car park to the N.
IIParish Church of St MarkCardiffOn the east side of North Road, approximately 250 metres south of the North Road (A470) – Eastern Avenue (A48) Gabalfa interchange. The church is set behind original perimeter railings and brick wall
IIParish Church of St Paul.CardiffOn NE corner of Paget St and St Fagan's Street.
IIPenuel ChapelCardiffJust W of the village centre on higher ground, surrounded on 3 sides by graveyard.
IIPresbyterian Church of WalesCardiffA prominent building situated at the north end of Cathedral Road near the entrance to Llandaff Fields.
IISalem ChapelCardiffAt the very N end of Gwaelod-y-Garth village, behind a forecourt which has a low wall, railings and gate piers.
IIShah Jalal Islamic Cultural CentreCardiffAbout 150 m from junction with Albany Road, backing onto railway line.
IISt David Lutheran ChurchCardiffOn Fairwater Green in the centre of the Community.
IISt Mary the Virgin and St Stephen the MartyrCardiffSet back from the road behind small railed forecourt with crucifixion; stone gate piers to entrances at either end.
IISt Peters PresbyteryCardiffTo the E of the church at the junction with Bedford Street.
IITabernacle ChapelCardiffImmediately opposite to Bridge House and about 300m south-east of the Church of St. Mary.
IITemple of Peace & HealthCardiffTo R of Bute Building, facing Welsh Office building.
IITredegarville Baptist ChurchCardiffSituated at the junction of The Parade with East Grove.
IITrinity Methodist ChurchCardiffBetween Four Elms Road and Piercefield Place.
IIUnitarian ChurchCardiffSituated 50m N of the junction of West Grove with Newport Road.
IIAll Saints ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on hillside E of College Street, backing onto Church Street.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated overlooking former back lane, now with cleared ground to Marine Street, some 70m north west of Siloah Chapel, Glanmor Road.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position facing down the main street of the village of Cynwyl Elfed.
IIBwlchnewydd Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a minor road some 2 km SE of the centre of the village of Llanddowror.
IIBwlchnewydd Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a hillside on the N side of Bwlchnewydd just off the road to Cynwyl Elfed.
IICaersalem Baptist Chapel,CarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Marsh Street and Emma Street
IICalfaria Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a SE facing hillside on the W side of the Afon Taf valley some 200m W of Login.
IICalfaria Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Bigyn Road.
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireAt west side of Blaenau Road, about 300m south of the Parish Church. Grassed forecourt with part paved; stone surrounding wall.
IICapel BethaniaCarmarthenshireSituated some 50m S of A474 on the E side of Brynlloi Road, enclosed by a coped stone boundary wall with iron railings and gates.
IICapel BethelCarmarthenshireSituated in isolated riverside position on S bank of Afon Araeth down track off Llangadog road some 4 km NE of Ffairfach.
IICapel Bryn EvanCarmarthenshireSituated on the NW side of the minor road through Bryn Iwan.
IICapel BrynseionCarmarthenshireSituated some 400m E of Pont Treseli, up minor road.
IICapel Dewi C. M. ChapelCarmarthenshireAt the south side of the B4300 in the village of Capel Dewi. Square stone-walled enclosure with iron gates to front and stable in SE corner. One gate-pier is a monolith.
IICapel Dewi Uchaf FarmhouseCarmarthenshire1km east of the village of Capel Dewi to the north of the B4300, reached by a private lane with monolithic gate-piers. There is an extensive set of C18/C19 buildings for mixed farming in an informal g
IICapel Elim Parc (Baptist Chapel)CarmarthenshireTo the south side of an unclassified road about 300m north west of Parcymarchog. Stone perimeter wall to front and side with iron double gates plus single gate at corner. The baptismal pool is close t
IICapel HendreCarmarthenshireProminently sited at the south east of the village of Capel Hendre, at south of the road and at the corner of Cooper's Road. Large graveyard opposite. Stone-walled enclosure with iron gates and railin
IICapel IfanCarmarthenshireApproximately 3.7km NE of Llangyndeyrn church, reached by farm road on the W side of a minor road S of Llanddarog.
IICapel IwanCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Capel Iwan village.
IICapel NewyddCarmarthenshireSet back behind forecourt some 300m north of Parish Church.
IICapel SeionCarmarthenshireOn a hilltop site, 1km west of Drefach, in the hamlet named after the chapel. Large stone-walled graveyard; detached vestry to east of chapel.
IICapel SittimCarmarthenshireSituated in Felingwmisaf, E of the river and the B4310 and on a minor road S to Felin Mynachdy.
IICapel SoarCarmarthenshireSituated about 1 km E of Cilycwm village.
IICapel SulCarmarthenshireSituated on W side of main road (A 484) prominently overlooking Kidwelly Bridge.
IICapel TabernaclCarmarthenshireSituated in Ffairfach on E side of A 483, some 200m S of crossroads, in graveyard with iron railings and stone piers to road.
IICapel TalsarnCarmarthenshireSituated in Talsarn village on N side of road some 500m E of Cross Inn crossroads.
IICapel-y-dolauCarmarthenshireAt the south edge of Llanarthney village, on the road (Heol-fawr) to Middleton. Wrought-iron gate at roadside and a narrow lane leading to the chapel. Small yard surrounding the chapel on three sides.
IICarmarthen Cemetery ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in cemetery some 400m N of Lime Grove House.
IIChapel at Llandovery CollegeCarmarthenshireSituated to SE of main college building, opposite entrance gate.
IIChapel at St David's HospitalCarmarthenshireAlmost opposite main entrance to hospital main building.
IIChrist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated at far W end of Lammas Street, on junction with Morfa Lane.
IIChrist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated some 400m N of A474, on N side of river Amman, in a secluded cul de sac at SE end of Vicarage road.
IIChurch of Saint BrynachCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Llanboidy village.
IIChurch of Saint LawrenceCarmarthenshireTo S of minor road from Pendine to Amroth approximately 3km W of Pendine.
IIChurch of Saint TeiloCarmarthenshireSituated on the W side of the A477 near the centre of Llanddowror village.
IIChurch of St CledwynCarmarthenshireApproximately 500m W of Llanglydwen, on the E side of a drive leading to Dolwilym.
IIChurch of St David/Eglwys Dewi SantCarmarthenshireSituated in large churchyard with entrance between Nos 5 and 6 Picton Terrace.
IIChurch of St DyfanCarmarthenshireSituated immediately N of Llandyfan farmhouse, some 2 km S of Trap in valley of Afon Cennen.
IIChurch of St EgwadCarmarthenshireOn S side of village, in a churchyard overlooking Vale of River Tywi.
IIChurch of St LlawddogCarmarthenshireSituated on slope above main road some 100m SE of Cenarth Bridge.
IIChurch of St LuciaCarmarthenshireIn large churchyard at centre of village.
IIChurch of St MaelogCarmarthenshireIn a large churchyard on the N side of the main road through the village.
IIChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated church on the S side of a minor road approximately 1.2km NNW of Nantgaredig.
IIChurch of St SadwrnenCarmarthenshireProminently sited in historic churchyard high above Carmarthen Bay, about 2 km west of Laugharne.
IIChurch of St TwrogCarmarthenshireIn a round churchyard in the centre of the village, on the N side of the B4310.
IIEbenezer Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated closing the view down Orchard Street.
IIEglwys Sant Ioan/Church of St JohnCarmarthenshireSituated on junction with The Avenue.
IIElim independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated about 1km N of Lime Grove House, by junction with road to Pentre Celyn Farm.
IIEnglish Congregational ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated set back from road in forecourt between Nos 37 and 38.
IIHen GapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a walled and gated burial ground, overlooking the Loughor valley, on the S side of the minor road which leads W off the B4306.
IIMoriah Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Old Castle Road and Station Road, at south end of Town Hall Square.
IINebo Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated just S of the junction of minor roads approximately 0.6km NE of the main junction in Efailwen.
IIParish Church of St OdoceusCarmarthenshireSet in a hollow below the Laugharne to Llandawke by road.
IIPark Congregational ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Murray Street and Inkerman Street.
IIParsih Church of St TeiloCarmarthenshireSet in a large raised churchyard alongside the road.
IIPenuel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated E of the centre of Carmarthen in Priory Street, approximately 120m S of its junction with Oak Lane. Set back from the street line.
IIRehoboth ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated about 1km S of Capel Iwan above Cych
IIRoman Catholic Church of St MaryCarmarthenshireSituated at far NW end of Street.
IISalem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated on W side of short lane off A482, 1.5km N of Pumpsaint (junction opposite Brynwawr). Situated in own small graveyard.
IISalem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back from the street line opposite the junction with Bank Buildings.
IISt David's Parish ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on SE side of Amman Valley, approx. 0.5m SE of Ammanford. Triangular shaped churchyard adjacent to Betws Rd. Sited diagonally to road.
IISt Tyfi's ChurchCarmarthenshireOn the S edge of wooded parkland at Dynevor Castle (Newton House) and overlooking Afon Tywi. Reached by track of W from Llandeilo Bridge.
IITrinity Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in large graveyard, across road to S of churchyard.
IIWesleyan ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated at the end of the tunnel passage under John Francis Chartered Auctioneer's Premises.
IIY Bwthyn, Hebron ChapelCarmarthenshireImmediately behind, and within, the graveyard of Hebron Chapel, facing a road to Berllan-dawel Farm.
IIY Priordy Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated set back in forecourt on junction with Old Priory Road.
IIZion English Presbyterian ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated facing down street towards Lammas Street.
IIAdulam Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireOn high ground 150 m west of A476 in Felinfoel, opposite to Adulam Row. The side of the Vestry faces the street with the chapel standing parallel to its west.
IIAlltwalis Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Alltwalis on the W side of the A485.
IIBaptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back in broad forecourt, just E of Fountain Square.
IIBethania Welsh Presbyterian ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated in Ferryside on the E side of Carmarthen Road some 320m NE of the railway station.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated some 250m down lane running NE from B4306 in Llangyndeyrn village, on the NW side of lane.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated at the N end of Bethel Terrace. Large graveyard opposite.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated facing SE some 150m N of the crossroads in the centre of Meidrim
IIBethel Presbyterian ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated opposite the Court House, facing E over large asphalted forecourt.
IIBethesda Capel BachCarmarthenshireAt the south-east corner of the graveyard of Bethesda Chapel, in Llangennech village 150m north of St Cennych's Church. Wrought iron gates with wrought iron railings on a plinth wall facing the street
IIBethesda ChapelCarmarthenshireIn Bank Road in Llangennech village about 150m north-west of St Cennych's Church. Large graveyard with stone wall and wrought iron gates to street.
IIBethlehem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireAt south side of the A484 in the village of Pwll.
IICaersalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshire300 m north-west of Pontyberem bridge, to the west of Heol y Felin.
IICapel Als,CarmarthenshireSituated in acute angle of Marble Hall Road and Wern Road.
IICapel BethlehemCarmarthenshireWithin railed enclosure, set back from the road, in the NE corner of a cemetery.
IICapel GosenCarmarthenshireSituated immediately S of Cynghordy viaduct. Walled forecourt with wrought iron gate.
IICapel GosenCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of road some 300m NW of Llangadog church, set in iron-railed forecourt.
IICapel IsafCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of A 40, some 300m E of turning to Cwm Ifor.
IICapel JerusalemCarmarthenshireSituated just above the Clydach river, below Gwynfe village, on W side of the lane towards Brynaman.
IICapel MairCarmarthenshireWithin railed enclosure on S side of junction of High Street and Heol Gof.
IICapel MiloCarmarthenshireWest side of Milo village, about 1½ km south of Golden Grove. Limestone wall to front, iron gate. Hedged elsewhere. Graveyard at right.
IICapel NewyddCarmarthenshireSituated on the N side of the B4310 some 120m W of Pont Cothi in the centre of Abergorlech.
IICapel NoniCarmarthenshireSituated on the SE side of the A485 approximately 1km SW of Aber-Giar. Gable end to road.
IICapel Pentre TygwynCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of Pentre Tygwyn village, on S side of lane.
IICapel RhydybontCarmarthenshireSituated on the N side of the B4337 at Rhyd-y-bont approximately 1.2km E of the centre of Llanybydder.
IICapel SalemCarmarthenshireSituated down drive off the road leading to Llyn Brianne, NW of the centre of Rhandirmwyn.
IICapel SalemCarmarthenshireAt the junction of Bank Road with Afon Road (A4297) in the centre of Llangennech Village. Stone perimeter wall with iron railings to Afon Road; large graveyard to the north.
IICapel y GraigCarmarthenshireSituated just W of the school near the centre of the village of Cwmbach.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireSituated in churchyard set back and above Goring Road.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of Gwynfe village.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
IIChurch of Saint CwrdafCarmarthenshireSituated on E side of A482 at N edge of Llanwrda village.
IIChurch of Saint EdiCarmarthenshireSituated some 300m SE of the B4297 in the village of Llanedi, at end of Church road, in a walled and gated churchyard.
IIChurch of Saint SadwrnCarmarthenshireSituated in rounded churchyard in centre of village.
IIChurch of St AlbanCarmarthenshireSituated prominently on hilltop east of centre, at junction of Alban Road and Stebonheath Terrace.
IIChurch of St BarnabasCarmarthenshireSituated in Rhandirmwyn some 300m W of the crossroads in the village centre.
IIChurch of St BarnabasCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of village just SW of the junction of the roads from Waungilwen and Henllan.
IIChurch of St CeinwrCarmarthenshireOn the N side of the small hamlet sited on the highest ground with a commanding view over the Towy valley.
IIChurch of St Cennych (aka St Gwynog)CarmarthenshireOn a hilltop site east of Bank Road in the centre of Llangennech village, 150m north of the B4297 (Afon Road). Stone wall to front, part with cast-iron railings and gates between plain ashlar piers.
IIChurch of St DavidCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard on the E side of a minor road approximately 1.1km NE of Ffaldybrenin and 0.7km NW of Farmers.
IIChurch of St DavidCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position on a hill just NW of the crossroads in the centre of Meidrim.
IIChurch of St IshmaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated church approximately 2km SSW of Ferryside, in a large churchyard on the E side of the Ferryside to Kidwelly road.
IIChurch of St MaryCarmarthenshireOn a hill-top site 150m NE of Court Henry.
IIChurch of St MaryCarmarthenshireWithin a large churchyard and prominently sited in a high position on the NE side of Burry Port.
IIChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated hilltop church in a walled churchyard, on the E side of a minor road between Brechfa and Llanybydder.
IIChurch of St PatrickCarmarthenshireOn the S side and sited in a round churchyard above the A485.
IIChurch of St PaulinusCarmarthenshireSituated just W of the minor road leading to Llyn Brianne in the valley of the Afon Tywi, some 3.5km N of the centre of Rhandirmwyn.
IIChurch of St PeterCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard on the W side of the town and on the W side of the cattle market.
IIChurch of St ThomasCarmarthenshireNear the centre of Ferryside E of the railway station.
IIChurch of The Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireProminently sited in Felinfoel. Large graveyard to S with rubble boundary wall to all sides; Gothic style timber lychgate with tiled roof, steel gates; Celtic cross granite war-memoral in churchyard.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireSituated on W side of B 4302 some 450m N of Maerdy crossroads.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireSituated at W end of street in spacious churchyard.
IIClosygraig Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireOn elevated terrace behind wall and railings, overlooking a bend in the road.
IIEbenezer Congregational ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of A484 Carmarthen road some 120m E of Water Street.
IIEsgairnant Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of B4302, SW of Talley village
IIFfaldybrenin Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position facing S in the centre of Ffaldybrenin village.
IIGlenalla ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Alban Road.
IIHall Street Methodist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Hall Street and Goring Road.
IIHen Gapel MiloCarmarthenshireEast side of Milo village, opposite to Capel Milo Newydd. Open paved area to street at front, walled graveyard to left with original wall to street.
IIHoreb Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshire1 km east of Five Roads on the B4309
IILlandyry ChurchCarmarthenshireOn W side of B4317, in churchyard about 700m S of junction with B4308.
IILlanfihangel Abercowyn New ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated beside the main A40 trunk road, on the junction with the minor road to Treventy Farm.
IIMaescanner Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshire75 m west of Dafen Road. Small grassed forecourt, with modern iron railings on a low wall and iron gates. Vestry at rear.
IIProvidence Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back behind small burial ground to left of terraced row in centre of Cwmdu village.
IIRhydyceisiaid Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on the SE side of the valley of the Afon Fenni some 1.2km NW of the centre of the village of Llangynin
IISalem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in Ferryside on the E side of Carmarthen Road some 250m NE of the railway station.
IISalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at N end of Salem village, on W side of road.
IISalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on streetline roughly midway between junctions with Water Street and Orchard Street.
IISiloah Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Glanmor Road and Copperworks Road in the seaside district of LLanelli.
IISt Sawel Parish ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on S side of village in large graveyard.
IIYr Hen GapelCarmarthenshireTo the W of the village centre, on the N side of a minor road to the parish church.
IIZion Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at south west end of Zion Row and some 30 m north east of the Water Street-Upper Park Street junction.
IICapel NeuaddlwydCeredigionSituated on the S side of the Aeron valley, approximately 2.5 km SE of Aberaeron and on a minor road S of the A4687.
IICapel SoarCeredigionSituated at S end of village in railed forecourt.
IIChurch of Saint TygwyddCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llandygwydd village.
IIFfos-y-ffin ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of A 487 in Ffos-y-ffin, set back in courtyard flanked by later chapel house and 1927 vestry.
IILlwyncelyn Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated on right side of lane from Llwyncelyn to Oakford, in iron-railed forecourt.
IISeion Welsh Congregational ChapelCeredigionSet into the slope near the junction with Great Darkgate Street, set back behind railed forecourt.
IIBancfelin ChapelCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llangranog to the S of the B4321 and near the junction of that road and the B4334.
IIBethania ChapelCeredigionSituated some 500m S of Bethania crossroads, on E side of road to Cilcennin.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated on N side of lane to Silian some 400m W of Junction with A485 at Glendenys.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated close to roadside just W of terrace Nos 1-7 Margaret Street.
IIBethel ChapelCeredigionSituated some 100m N of Aberarth Bridge, on W side of river, facing up Water Street.
IIBethel Welsh Baptist ChapelCeredigionSet back on the corner with, and side elevation to, Portland Street.
IIBethesda Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated down dead-end lane running W off B 4570 in Ponthirwaun.
IIBlaenannerch Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on N side of A487 in Blaenannerch village.
IIBlaencefn ChapelCeredigionSituated some 2.5km NE of Ferwig village centre, 400m W of Lleine farm.
IIBwlchgwynt ChapelCeredigionSituated on right side of Lampeter road out of Tregaron, just before Tregaron School.
IICapel BethelCeredigionSituated some 200m E of the minor road through the centre of Trefenter.
IICapel BethesdaCeredigionSituated in stone-walled yard in valley of the Cyneiniog some 4 km E of Talybont, on minor lane to Ty-nant Farm.
IICapel BethesdaCeredigionSituated in Llanddewi Brefi village just S of Pont Llanddewi on the road towards Tregaron.
IICapel BlaenplwyfCeredigionSituated in the centre of the village on the W side of the A487.
IICapel BrynmairCeredigionSituated approximately 1.6 km SE of Aberporth Bay on a minor road 500m S of B4333, Aberporth to Beulah road.
IICapel CarmelCeredigionSituated in angle between lanes to Pontsian and Maesymeillion some 300m N of Prengwyn.
IICapel CarmelCeredigionSituated just S of the village centre on the W side of the A485.
IICapel CynnonCeredigionSituated facing W on the junction of minor roads 1km W of Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn.
IICapel EbenezerCeredigionSituated at E end of Llangybi village on S side of A 485.
IICapel FfynonCeredigionSituated in the centre of Pentregat on the S side of the A487 and near the junction of that road and the B4321.
IICapel FronwenCeredigionSituated some 200m E of village centre, on S side of road to Oakford.
IICapel LlwynaddaCeredigionSituated towards upper end of village, some 200m NW of Seven Stars Inn.
IICapel LlwynrhydowenCeredigionSituated some 700m N of old chapel, by roadside.
IICapel MairCeredigionSituated just NW of Pont Llanfair, overlooking bridge, between chapel house and vestry, in narrow forecourt with iron railings on low walls.
IICapel Mair, Chapel House & VestryCeredigionSituated at southern end of street, on street-line.
IICapel MawrCeredigionSituated in the S of Llanon, just N of the Afon Cledan and some 140m NW of Pont Llanon.
IICapel MoriahCeredigionSituated at Moriah on the W side of the A4120.
IICapel MynachCeredigionSituated near the centre of Pontarfynach, some 150m S of the junction of the A4120 and the B4343 and on the W side of the latter.
IICapel PantdefaidCeredigionSituated on crossroads at centre of Prengwyn.
IICapel PennantCeredigionSituated just NW of Pont Pennant, on left side of road, in railed forecourt with attractive iron railings and gates.
IICapel RhiwbwysCeredigionSituated on steep bank on W side of B4337, 0.3km SE of Llanrhystyd. Set behind large railed forecourt
IICapel RhydygwainCeredigionSituated on E side of B4332, 0.5km SW of Temple Bar.
IICapel SalemCeredigionAbout 2km W of Devil's Bridge (Pontarfynach); below N side of minor road parallel to A 4120.
IICapel SalemCeredigionSituated some 2 km E of Penrhyncoch, in large graveyard N of the road in Salem village.
IICapel SaronCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llanbadarn Fawr, on the E side of the A4120 some 150m S of its junction with the A44.
IICapel SiloaCeredigionSituated above and E of Cwmerfyn near the end of the minor road through the village.
IICapel SionCeredigionSituated towards W end of village, set back to S of by-road next to school.
IICapel SoarCeredigionProminently situated at W end of Victoria Terrace along SE side of The Common.
IICapel TaborCeredigionSituated on the W side of a minor road just W of the village centre.
IICapel TrisantCeredigionAt the E end of the hamlet of Capel Trisant approximately 0.5km NW of Llyn Frongoch.
IICapel Troedyrhiw (Independent)CeredigionSituated on W side of Cribyn-Caledrhydiau by-road, some 2.5km NW of Cribyn.
IICapel Ty'nygwndwn (Independent)CeredigionLocated on N side of B4342, 1km SE of Felinfach.
IICapel y DrewenCeredigionSituated overlooking Teifi on dead-end lane running S from Cwm Cou crossroads.
IICapel y DrindodCeredigionProminently situated on steep slope in village centre
IICapel y GarnCeredigionSituated, at the N end of the linear village of Bow Street, on the W side of the A 487, in iron-railed forecourt.
IICapel Y RhiwCeredigionSituated on S side of Abergwesyn road some 2 km E of Tregaron. Set above road on stone-faced terrace.
IICapel Y WigCeredigionSituated on the side of a valley 1km NE of the centre of Pontgarreg, S of a minor road to Blaencelyn.
IIChurch of Our Lady of Mount CarmelCeredigionSituated on rising ground above W end of Bryn Road, overlooking triangular green opposite Shiloh Presbyterian Chapel.
IIChurch of Saint AfanCeredigionSituated in large churchyard at Y-fork at SW edge of village.
IIChurch of Saint CaronCeredigionSituated in the centre of Tregaron, raised on a small hillock between the Bridge and the Square.
IIChurch of Saint JohnCeredigionSituated within churchyard on N side of B4340 next to Edward Richard Grammar School
IIChurch of Saint John the DivineCeredigionSituated roughly in centre of village, between the school and the village hall.
IIChurch of St CybiCeredigionSituated in Llangybi village, on N side of A485, just N of Pont Gybi.
IIChurch of St CynonCeredigionSituated some 2.25 km NNE of Ffostrasol, on S side of minor road running E.
IIChurch of St CynwylCeredigionSituated on B4333, S of the centre of Aberporth.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated 60m N of A487, the entrance 60m E of Lady Road to Llechryd.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated on hilltop some 0.9 km SSW of Aberarth.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated at centre of village on crossroads.
IIChurch of St InaCeredigionSituated in extensive churchyard on Llanina Point, just N of Plas Llanina.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistCeredigionSituated in churchyard on W side of A4120 about 2km S of Ponterwyd.
IIChurch of St LlwchaiarnCeredigionSituated at the end of a short lane to N off A 486.
IIChurch of St Lucia and St GwyninCeredigionSituated in Llanwnnen village on W side of B 4337 some 60m N of the cross-roads with A475.
IIChurch of St MaryCeredigionSecluded location at end of lane E off Penrhiw-Llan to Henllan by-road on steep wooded hillside. 1.5km S of Penrhiw-Llan.
IIChurch of St MaryCeredigionSituated in large churchyard N of the ruins of Strata Florida abbey.
IIChurch of St MichaelCeredigionSituated some 500m E of Brongest village, on crossroads W of Troedyraur Farm.
IIChurch of St PadarnCeredigionSituated in a remote site NE of Llangeitho, reached by a lane running W from B4578 from a point c 1.2 km N of B4342 crossroad.
IIChurch of St RhystydCeredigionSited in large churchyard at the foot of Church Street in Llanrhystyd
IIChurch of St TyfriogCeredigionReached at end of short drive off A475 (S side) E of Llandyfriog. Located on N bank of River Teifi. Schoolroom to E.
IIChurch of St. CynfelynCeredigionSituated about 1.5 km NW of Tre Taliesin on road to Ynyslas, below junction with road ENE towards Tre'r Ddol.
IIChurch of St. TysilioCeredigionSituated near end of lane, E of Cae'r-llan.
IIEbenezer ChapelCeredigionSituated on main street, slightly set back, about halfway along.
IIEbenezer Wesleyan ChapelCeredigionSituated in Ystumtuen some 2.5km S of A44, at S end of row of houses and former school.
IIEnglish Baptist ChapelCeredigionAt the top of the street near the Public Library, side elevation to Crynfryn Row. Set back behind iron railings with gate piers.
IIEnglish Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on the corner with Queen's Road, set back behind plain railings with brick piers.
IIHawen Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated in Hawen, some 600m S of Rhydlewis, facing W over road to Penrhiwpal
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchCeredigionIn the railed churchyard at the N end of an island site with W end to Stanley Road, set into the slope.
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchCeredigionSituated on hillside out of the town centre to SW, set back from the above the road.
IIHope ChapelCeredigionSituated to rear of No 40 Saint Mary's Street.
IIMount Zion Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated set back in railed enclosure.
IINanternis Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated at S end of Nanternis alongside by-road (E side) with cemetery to rear.
IIOld church of St John the BaptistCeredigionSituated in churchyard in the centre of Ysbyty Ystwyth.
IIParish Church of St MichaelCeredigionSituated on the N side of the B4229 in small village group, some 1.5km S of Ciliau Aeron.
IIParish Church of St MichaelCeredigionIn centre of small village on W side of A482, within large graveyard.
IIParish Church of St Michael and All AngelsCeredigionSituated between the Castle and Laura Place.
IIParish Church of St PeterCeredigionSituated in extensive churchyard on raised site at top of Church Street.
IIPeniel Welsh Congregational ChapelCeredigionSet back from a continuous row of street frontages, behind an iron railed and paved forecourt with patterned pebble pavement to the street
IIPenmorfa Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated sone 300m N of bridge over Hoffnant where lanes from Penbryn, Sarnau, Brynhoffnant and Pongarret meet.
IIPensarn former Calvanistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of by-road which leads from Pont Ffynnondewi (A487) to Caerwedros: 1.5 km S of the latter. Large cemetery to S beyond forecourt.
IIRhydfendigaid Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of the main road in the centre of Pontrhydfendigaid.
IISeion Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated on hillside above town centre, on road to Gilfach.
IISt Non's ChurchCeredigionSituated on the S side of by-road, reached off A482. Some 2.5km SE of Aberaeron and some 100m W of Llanerchaeron.
IISt.Pauls Welsh Wesleyan Methodist ChurchCeredigionSet into the street frontage with later school from attached to right.
IITabernacle Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated towards N end of Talybont, adjoining and to S of Bethel Chapel, both behind matching late C19 iron railings
IITabernacle Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated on a hillside facing S over the derelict lead mine.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSet back from street-line some 120m NE of Llandysul Bridge.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSituated in Red Lion Yard, to rear of No 19, approached by narrow passage with wrought iron gates.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSituated set back in narrow forecourt, opposite William Street.
IITabernacle Methodist ChapelCeredigionAt the break in the NE Terrace.
IITabernacle Presbyterian ChapelCeredigionSituated and set back behind projecting vestry range at upper end of street.
IITregroes Church of St FfraidCeredigionSituated by roadside, aligned N-S, in village centre.
IIY Wern Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated to N of Gilfachreda, on back lane from Cei Bach to A 487, on corner of smaller lane down into Gilfachreda.
IIYr Hen GapelCeredigionSituated on E side of lane running S from main road at Seven Stars Inn in village.
IIChurch of St GeorgeConwyThe church is in the W angle of the road running S to the main village street, and is set on steeply sloping ground.
IIChurch of St Nefydd and St MaryConwyProminently-located in the centre of the village within a raised and walled churchyard.
IIEglwys Crist Addoldy'r AnnibynnwyrConwyThe chapel is set on the corner of Dundonald Avenue and Pleasant Place, on the N side of the town centre.
IIBethania ChapelConwyParallel to street with entrance front facing N.
IIBethel Addoldy yr AnnibynwyrConwyThe group of attached buildings is set on a T-junction on the road from Rhydlydan to Pentrefoelas, approximately 600m W of Rhydlydan.
IIBryn Deunydd Old ChapelConwyLocated approximately 1.5km SE of Llannefydd and 300m NW of Cefn Berain; on the SE side of the lane.
IICapel Cae CraigConwyThe chapel stands on an elevated site, gable end to the N side of the minor road linking the B5384 with the road between Gwytherin and Llangernyw, approximately 3km ESE of Pandy Tudur.
IICapel CarmelConwySet back from the street behind a railed forecourt, and in a prominent position on higher ground opposite Llewelyn Street.
IICapel M C Cefn NannauConwyThis prominent chapel is located on the SE side of its large graveyard, reached from the farm road to Cefn-nannau farm, on the road on the SW side of the Afon Ceirw valley.
IICapel TabernaclConwySet back from and at near right angles to the street behind a forecourt with gates, and backing on to Chapel Street.
IIChapel (Fynhonnau)ConwyLocated on a rise approximately 1.5km W of Llannefydd village and some 300m SE of the Plas Harri crossroads.
IIChapel at GarthewinConwyLocated 30m to the W of Garthewin, accessed via a flight of parapeted rubble steps.
IIChapel at HafodConwyThe chapel is set at a remote crossroads on the edge of open moorland 2.75km from the junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
IIChrist ChurchConwyForms the focal point of the small hillside hamlet of Bryn y Maen, approx 3km S of the town.
IIChrist ChurchConwyTo SW of road junction of Aber Road and Village Road.
IIChristian CentreConwyOn corner with Chapel Street.
IIChurch of All SaintsConwySet against a steep hillside behind the seafront houses near Deganwy Pier, beyond a short lane off the A546.
IIChurch of Our SaviourConwyNear junction of Great Orme's Road with Bryniau Road.
IIChurch of St CurigConwySituated immediately W of the A 4086 (Capel Curig to Caernarfon road), on the S bank of the Afon Llugwy; approximately 300m NE of Plas-y-Brenin (the National Recreation Centre).
IIChurch of St DdogedConwyProminently sited in the centre of the village within a raised, circular churchyard with rubble revettment walls.
IIChurch of St DigainConwyThe parish church stands S of the centre of a roughly oval-shaped churchyard on the S side of Llangernyw village centre. The churchyard is entered through a lychgate at W.
IIChurch of St GeorgeConwyAbout 50m SW of junction with Llewelyn Avenue.
IIChurch of St GeorgeConwyOn the corner with Saint George’s Road.
IIChurch of St JeromeConwyThe church stands in a sub-rectangular churchyard at the centre of Llangwm village.
IIChurch of St Mary MagdaleneConwyThe parish church is set in a near circular churchyard on the S side of the village centre.
IIChurch of St MaryConwyThe church lies immediately E of the Sandbank Road crossroads at the centre of Towyn, enclosed by a rectangular churchyard.
IIChurch of St MichaelConwyLocated in a rectangular churchyard in the angle between Water Street and Market Street, at the centre of the town, and accessed by the short Church Street off Market Street
IIChurch of St MichaelConwyThe church stands in a modified oval churchyard, approximately 250m W of Llanfihangel Bridge on the road up the Afon Alwen valley.
IIChurch of St PaulConwyOn corner with Clarence Road, aligned N-S.
IIChurch of St SannanConwyWithin an irregularly shaped churchyard, set back from the N side of the A544 in the centre of the village of Llansannan.
IIChurch of St SeiriolConwyTowards the eastern edge of Penmaenmawr, on a narrow road above the main street
IIChurch of St TrilloConwyProminently sited surmounting a mound, in a large grave-yard.
IIChurch of St TudnoConwyOn NE slopes of Great Orme, in a hollow known as Pant yr Eglwys.
IIChurch of St. GwyddelanConwyIn the centre of the village, set back slightly within a low rubble-walled churchyard and surrounded by mature trees.
IIChurch of St. JohnConwyLocated on the SE side of the Afon Conwy in the centre of the village; within a rubble-walled churchyard.
IIEglwys Mynydd SeionConwyChapel Street runs S from the centre of the town. The chapel is set on an elevated platform, almost opposite the junction with High Street.
IIEglwys y Santes FairConwyImpressively sited in large open churchyard high above village centre.
IIEnglish Presbyterian ChapelConwyOn corner with Gloddaeth Street.
IIEnglish Presbyterian ChurchConwyLocated near the centre of Pensarn, on the corner of Berllan.
IIGwydir Uchaf ChapelConwyStrikingly located on an elevated plateau immediately above Gwydir Castle and NW of the Carreg-y-Gwalch; adjacent to Gwydir Uchaf.
IIHoreb CapelConwyLocated in the centre of Dwygyfylchi, some 2km E of Penmaenmawr; on the street line
IIIndependent ChapelConwyLocated prominently on the main street line within the village.
IILlangelynin New ChurchConwyLocated on the E side of a lane about 1km SW of the B5106 on the way to Rowen; situated in a walled churchyard surrounded by mature trees, with the W tower sited downhill towards the Afon Gyffin.
IIMethodist Church of St JohnConwyColwyn Bay
IIOld PrioryConwyOpposite Bron Derw lodge.
IIParish Church (Pentrefoelas)ConwyThe church stands on the E side of the road at the top of the rise from its junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
IIParish Church of St CwsteninConwyOn E side of Road, about 400m NW of railway line.
IIParish Church of St ElianConwySituated within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on a commanding site in the village centre, with views of the sea to the N.
IIParish Church of St GrwstConwyBeyond W end of Tan yr Eglwys, in churchyard overlooking Afon Conwy.
IIParish Church of St MartinConwyProminently located in the centre of the village within a rubble-walled churchyard.
IIParish Church of St MaryConwyStrikingly situated on a rise overlooking the river Conwy on the W bank, and occupying the NE corner of the former Roman fort of Canovium; accessed via a metalled lane running E from the B5106 Bettws
IIParish Church of St MaryConwyLocated on an elevated site high above the village centre within a rubble-walled churchyard.
IIParish Church of St TudcludConwySet in large walled churchyard to NE of Gethin Square.
IIRoman Catholic Church of Our Lady Star of the SeaConwyOn corner with St Mary's Road.
IIRoman Catholic Church of the Lady of the RosaryConwySet back slightly from the road at the junction with Graigllwyd Road; behind low copied and railed walls enclosing a partly-bedded, inclined forecourt.
IISalem Baptist ChapelConwyLocated on the NE side of the Bryn Mynan lane at the S extremity of Pentrefelin; behind a low plain-coped and railed wall.
IISalem Congregational ChapelConwyIn the block of buildings between Douglas Road and Rhiw Bank Avenue.
IISiloh ChapelConwyOn corner with Gloddaeth Street.
IISt John's ChurchConwyLocated towards the southern boundary of the community on the N side of an unclassified road running NE from Trofarth towards Dolwen; set back from the road in its own walled churchyard.
IISt John's English Methodist ChurchConwySet back slightly from building line, about 50m W of junction with Clonmel Street.
IISt Michael's ChurchConwyLocated on the W bank of the Afon Conwy, 100m E of Betws-y-Coed railway station.
IISt Paul Addoldy yr Eglwys FethodistiaddConwyLocated E of the centre of the town, immediately beyond the river and on the corner of the road to St George
IIUnited Reformed ChurchConwyOn the corner with Abbey Road.
IIUnited Reformed Church (Christ Church)ConwyOn site bounded by Arvon Avenue and Bod-Hyfryd Road.
IIWelsh Methodist ChapelConwySet back slightly from the road behind a rendered rubble wall.
IIBathafarn Wesleyan Methodist ChapelDenbighshireSituated at the junction of Market Street and Mount Street.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChurchDenbighshireTowards the S edge of the town, approximately 80 metres N of the junction with Cefndy Road.
IIBont-uchel ChapelDenbighshireLocated towards the eastern boundary of the community at the western end of the eponymous village; spanning the Afon Clywedog.
IICapel BethelDenbighshireSituated some 500m NW of Llanarmon at T-junction with lane running S.
IICapel EbenezerDenbighshireAt east side of road in the village of Graig Fechan. Small forecourt at north with retaining wall to road.
IICapel SeionDenbighshireCorwen
IICapel y DyffrynDenbighshire¾ km north of Llandyrnog village, west of the crossroads, at south side of road. Low wall and railings at front; former manse and school/vestry at west.
IICapel-y-groDenbighshireThe chapel with its associated buildings lies approximately 20 m to the SW of Pont y Bettws, and raised above the SE side of the road. Railed forecourt and graveyard and memorial to right.
IICapel-y-WernDenbighshireProminently sited at a cross-roads towards the eastern boundary of the community, some 1.6km SW of Llanrhaeadr on a lane leading to Cyffylliog; set behind a low rubble wall enclosing a shallow forecou
IICarmel Baptist ChapelDenbighshireIn Llanelidan village between Hendre cottages and Hendre-bach.
IIChrist ChurchDenbighshireOn rising ground to the east of High Street, with a large graveyard mainly to south; lychgate to street, prominent war memorial.
IIChristchurch United Reformed ChurchDenbighshireFronts on to the street, its side elevation facing the rear of the town hall across a square.
IIChurch of Saint JohnDenbighshireOn the W corner with River Street
IIChurch of St BridgetDenbighshireTowards the W end of the village, on the N side of the main street, in the angle with the road leading up to Morfydd.
IIChurch of St MaryDenbighshireStrikingly located on a natural rocky rise overlooking the Vale of Clwyd immediately to the N of the village centre; within a low-walled elevated churchyard
IIChurch of St TeclaDenbighshireIn the centre of the village of Llandegla, in a walled and gated churchyard.
IIChurch of St TrilloDenbighshireLocated in the centre of the village within a roughly circular churchyard.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityDenbighshireAdjacent to the Church of Saint Thomas, facing
IIEglwys y Bedyddwyr RuthinDenbighshireLocated on the NW side of Park Road approx 100m NW of Pont Howkin.
IIEnglish Methodist ChurchDenbighshireOn the corner with Morley Road.
IIGalnrafon Evangelical ChurchDenbighshireOn the western edge of the town centre high above the southern bank of the River Dee. Princess Street to rear.
IIGroesffordd Marli ChapelDenbighshireLocated some 2km NW of Cefn Meiriadog village, set back on the N side of an unclassified lane running parallel with, and S of the B 5381 (Glascoed Road).
IILlangollen Methodist ChurchDenbighshireProminently sited between Princess Street and Victoria Promenade, visible from much of the N side of the River Dee.
IIOld Church of St PeterDenbighshireStrikingly located within a raised and revetted churchyard on the eastern slope of the Vale of Clwyd, approximately 0.5km N of the village centre and 200m SW of Llanbedr hall; accessed via a footpath
IIParish Church of St BerresDenbighshireBetween the Druid Inn PH and Tyn Llan Farmhouse, with the E end to the main road.
IIParish Church of St JamesDenbighshireLocated on a raised, near-circular site in the centre of the village; its churchyard contains two ancient yew trees.
IIPeniel ChapelDenbighshireLocated at the north-western boundary of the community, set back at right-angles to the road behind a partly-railed, metalled forecourt.
IIPenllyn Evangelical Free ChurchDenbighshireAbove the road at the corner with Queen Street; iron railings on rubble wall to front of forecourt.
IIPentref Methodist ChapelDenbighshireSet back slightly behind a shallow railed forecourt.
IIPrion ChapelDenbighshireLocated in the centre of Prion, set back from the lane behind a walled and metalled forecourt on a slight rise, the chapel at right-angles to the road.
IIRoman Catholic Church of SS Peter and FrancesDenbighshireTo south of Plâs Avenue about 75 m east of junction with Clwyd Avenue.
IITabernacl Welsh Presbyterian ChapelDenbighshireSet well back from the road behind forecourt walls & railings, E of the junction of Well Street and Wynnstay Road.
IIThe PrioryDenbighshireTo the west side of Ffordd Penrhwylfa, about 400 m from Meliden Road. Front wall to garden with finials on gatepiers; timber gate with horseman's latch.
IIThe Rock ChapelDenbighshireIn woods at Garreg-fawr, 500 m south of St Beuno's College; a very conspicuous landmark seen across a valley from Tremeirchion village.
IIWaen Presbyterian ChapelDenbighshireSet back from the road behind rendered rubble forecourt walls with simple surmounting railings; sited into the slope of a hill.
IIWelsh Presbyterian ChurchDenbighshireOn the corner of Clwyd Street and Brighton Road.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelFlintshireSituated at the corner of Oak Park and King Street, set back slightly from the road and behind low brick walls mounted with iron railings.
IICaerwys Welsh Presbyterian ChurchFlintshireAt the E end of the street, set back from the road behind forecourt walls.
IICapel y BerthenFlintshireAt the N end of Lixwm village, set back behind a lawn with boundary railings on the N side of a minor road between Lixwm and Ysceifiog.
IIChapel of the SepulchreFlintshireLocated to the N of Pantasaph Friary and reached by a path which zig-zags up the hill following the stations of the cross. Located close to the summit, in front of the Calvary, and built into the slo
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireIn a walled churchyard on the W side of the village, on the N side of a minor road between Rhes-y-cae and Lixwm.
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireReached by a narrow lane off S side of A548. Located in a large rectangular churchyard sloping up to S, surrounded by a coursed stone wall with saddleback coping. Entrance to W, tall moulded piers w
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireSituated in a walled churchyard, set back from the S side of the A541, to the NW of Pontblyddyn.
IIChurch of All SaintsFlintshireIn the centre of Ffynnongroyw, on the N side of the main road through the village.
IIChurch of St BartholomewFlintshireLocated off the N side of Sealand Road (A548) which leads E to Chester. The church was originally on the main road but has been recently by-passed.
IIChurch of St EthelwoldFlintshireTowards the W of Shotton, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
IIChurch of St MarkFlintshireLocated on the S side of the main road, on the W side of Connah's Quay.
IIChurch of St MaryFlintshireIn large churchyard above High Street.
IIChurch of St MichaelFlintshireIn the centre of Brynford village, the W end facing the road.
IIChurch of St PaulFlintshireLocated at the main cross-roads in Gorsedd and to the SW.
IIChurch of St PaulFlintshireIn a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
IIChurch of the Holy SpiritFlintshireSet back on the east side of the road at the crest of Aston Hill.
IIEbenezer ChapelFlintshireOn the W side of the lane through Dolphin, close to where it is truncated by the A55. Set at an angle to the road and facing SE.
IIEmmanuel ChurchFlintshireSituated in a churchyard off the S side of Mold Road in Bistre.
IIHoly Trinity ChurchFlintshireSet in small churchyard near NE end of Greenfield; E end faces main road.
IIJerusalem ChapelFlintshireThe Jerusalem Chapel is located on the north side of Ffordd-y-Rhos 100m north of its junction with Ffordd-y-Gilrhos and set back slightly from the road behind a low brick wall with piers.
IILlyn-y-Pandy Calvinistic Methodist ChapelFlintshireSituated in Llyn-y-pandy on the W side of a by-road running through Pantymwyn to Rhydymwyn.
IIPendref, Wesleyan Methodist ChapelFlintshireSet above and behind a railed forecourt below Bailey Hill and facing down The High Street at the junction of Gwernaffield and Denbigh Roads
IIPen-y-Fron Baptist ChapelFlintshireGwernaffield
IISt Mary ChurchFlintshireBetween Church Street and Sydney Street, set at an angle to Church Street, oriented E-W.
IISt Mary's ChurchFlintshireSt Mary's Church is located within its own graveyard on the south side of Ffordd-y-Bont and to the south-east of the village centre.
IISt WinefridesFlintshireApproximately 1.1km N of Llanasa village on the S side of a minor road between Llanasa and Gronant.
IISt Winefride's Roman Catholic ChurchFlintshireOn slopping site set back from the new road (A 5026). Presbytery to right.
IITabernacle English Congregational ChurchFlintshireSet back from the road behind walled and railed forecourt with pedimented end piers.
IIUnited Reformed ChurchFlintshireAt the corner of Tyddyn Street with Grosvenor Street overlooking the former railway station.
IIChurch of St BeunoGwyneddThe church is situated on top of an isolated hill, on the S side of Mynydd Garnguwch, and is reached by footpath from Llwyndyrys.
IIBethania ChapelGwyneddLocated prominently by the side of the main road in Bethania and raised up on a revetted, sloped terrace with simple fleur-de-lis railings surmounting the wall in front of the chapel; adjoining the fo
IIBethel ChapelGwyneddLocated at the end of a short lane running SE towards the Afon y Llan opposite the church of St. Machreth; opposite an associated stable block and with the railed chapel graveyard immediately to the N
IIBethel ChapelGwyneddProminently situated on slightly rising ground, into which it is set, towards the northern end of Penygroes, its Sunday School on the other side of the road, the chapel sits in its own walled and rail
IIBethel ChapelGwyneddSituated by minor road junction at Rhos Isaf, the chapel and cottages have a low rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping to the front, the section in front of the chapel lower with slate coping and
IIBethel Congregational ChapelGwyneddAt Bethel, on a minor road leading off the N side of the A494 to Tyn-y-Bwlch and Maerdy, close to the junction of the two roads. Set back in a narrow forecourt behind Art Nouveau-style cast-iron rail
IIBrithdir Independent ChapelGwyneddSituated on the SE side of the road just to the SW of Brithdir.
IIBryn EglwysGwyneddLocated in the village of Llanllyfni on the south-east side of Ffordd Rhedyw (Rhedyw Road) directly opposite the Church of St Rhedyw.
IIBryn EglwysGwyneddLocated to the south-west of Penrhos on the old road between Caeathro and Bontnewydd, which has now largely been superseded by the by-pass to the south-east.
IICaer EglwysGwyneddSituated in corner position in centre of village immediately to the south of St Twrog's Church; low rub
IICaerhun MC ChapelGwyneddLocated at the centre of the hamlet of Caerhun, on the NE angle of the crossroad with Glasinfryn Road.
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelGwyneddSet back from the street behind a short low-walled forecourt, the walls coped and railed, and with gate and end piers.
IICapel Annibynwyr CarmelGwyneddThe chapel stands in the centre of Pennal, facing W, N of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel.
IICapel BereaGwyneddProminently sited towards the N end of the terrace.
IICapel BethaniaGwyneddSituated NW of centre of Bethesda, on A 5, opposite Station Road.
IICapel BethelGwyneddThe chapel is at the E end of the village, connected to Capel Ebenezer by vestries forming a long facade.
IICapel BethelGwyneddSituated on eastern side of the A 5 at southern end of Tyn-y-maes; low rubblestone wall to front with slate coping and plain iron railings has slightly recessed entrance with square piers and iron gat
IICapel BethelGwyneddSituated towards south-western end of main village street near the point where it joins the B 4366; small forecourt in front has low rubblestone wall with slate coping, fleur-de-lys pointed iron raili
IICapel BethesdaGwyneddSituated in centre of Bethesda, to W of Ogwen Terrace.
IICapel BethlehemGwyneddLocated at right-angles to road with roughly square-shaped chapel yard on north-east bounded by low rubblestone wall to road with slate slab coping and spear-headed railings; hooped railings and iron
IICapel CaersalemGwyneddSet back from the street of terraced houses behind forecourt railings.
IICapel CroesywaunGwyneddLocated on the main road running through Croesywaun with the Sunday School/Vestry adjacent; narrow forecourt has low rubble wall with slate coping, fleur-de-lys iron railings and decorated double gate
IICapel Drws-y-coedGwyneddSet in an isolated position at the foot of Craig y Bera on the north side of the B 4418, fronted by spear-headed iron railings and central gate on a low rubblestone wall with piers to the gates and en
IICapel EbenezerGwyneddThe chapel stands at the E end of the village facing the large paved area at the start of the road to Glanymorfa-uchaf. Unusually, it is attached by vestries to the Cavinistic Methodist Chapel.
IICapel EbenezerGwyneddThe chapel lies on the back road from Clynnog to Llanllyfni, approximately 700m from its junction with the A499 just N of the village centre.
IICapel EbenezerGwyneddThe chapel stands at the top of the hill on the W side, on the corner of the road to the A499, leading N from Pwllheli.
IICapel EngediGwyneddSet back from the street with terraced houses either side.
IICapel GwynfrynGwyneddSet back from the W side of the road which leads E off the A496 in the village of Llanbedr and runs through the hamlet of Pentre Gwynfryn; the chapel is at the NE end of the hamlet.
IICapel HorebGwyneddLocated at the S side of Ffordd Capel. On an elevated site to E of the main road through the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy.
IICapel JerusalemGwyneddLocated at the eastern end of Pentre-castell on the north side of the A 4086 immediately south of Dolbadarn Castle; a low rendered wall with iron gates forms a small forecourt to the street.
IICapel MawrGwyneddImmediately W of the George IV Hotel.
IICapel MoreiaGwyneddSituated on the N side of Lon Uchaf approximately 180m SE of the crossroads with the B4417 in the centre of Morfa Nefyn.
IICapel Moriah FroGwyneddIn a prominent location, within a railed enclosure, raised above the W side of Pen y Garreg Street in the centre of the village of Trawsfynydd.
IICapel NantGwyneddSituated set back in lawned garden on N side of road from Nanhoron to Rhydyclafdy, 100m NE of junction with B4413.
IICapel PenielGwyneddThe chapel stands back from the road at the top of a sloping forecourt, bound on both sides by buildings.
IICapel RehobothGwyneddOn a commanding, elevated site on the eastern edge of Harlech with fine views over the town and castle; set within its own walled graveyard and accessed via a steep lane leading up from the Stryd Fawr
IICapel RehobothGwyneddThe chapel lies in Abercorris, built at right angles to the road on steeply shelving land below the road to Aberllefenni.
IICapel RehobothGwyneddLocated in the centre of Nant Peris on the north side of the A 4086 with the former school immediately to the west and a row of C19 terraced houses directly opposite; small forecourt in front with low
IICapel RhydyclafdyGwyneddSituated next to B4415 road on the W side of the village of Rhydyclafdy.
IICapel SalemGwyneddAt the E end of Pool Lane.
IICapel SalemGwyneddNear the junction with Snowdon Street, set back from High Street in a railed forecourt.
IICapel SalemGwyneddThe chapel, which is the last surviving working chapel in the town, stands well back from the main street in the centre of Corris.
IICapel SalemGwyneddOn the corner with Salem Terrace to W of the Parish Church. Set back behind grassed forecourt with spearhead railings.
IICapel SeiloGwyneddThe village of Porth-y-nant is at the bottom of a narrow valley, NW of Llithfaen. The chapel is at the S end of the eastern terrace surrounding the square, on a platform on the opposite side of the e
IICapel ShilohGwyneddLocated on south side of the B4409 near road junction; small forecourt has low rubblestone wall with ashlar coping topped by railings with piers and ornamental iron double gates to centre and smaller
IICapel SiloamGwyneddSituated on the E side of the A487 in Bontnewydd, some 70m N of the bridge over the Afon Gwyrfai.
IICapel SilohGwyneddThe chapel is set in the rows of cottages which form the N side of the main street in the village.
IICapel SoarGwyneddLocated to N side of a narrow country road which leads through the small hamlet of Soar.
IICapel Tabernacl (Congregationalist)GwyneddSet back from the street line behind a railed forecourt just in from Cader Road.
IICapel Ty MawrGwyneddReached along a minor road which runs N of the B4413 some 4 km W of Sarn Meyllteyrn: sited next to the road in a small grassed enclosure, bounded by a low stone wall with ornate wrought-iron gate.
IICapel y GladdfaGwyneddThe chapel is located immediately outside the N boundary of the churchyard of the Church of St Cedol, at the N end of the village.
IICapel y TraethGwyneddClose to the upper end of Penpaled Road, near the level crossing.
IICefn-y-Waen ChapelGwyneddApproximately 0.7km south-east of Deiniolen, about 200m east of Eglwys Crist; front faces roughly south-west.
IIChapel to SW of Vaynol FarmGwyneddThe chapel is set to the WSW of Vaynol Farm, and set back from the main drive running N from Vaynol Hall.
IIChrist ChurchGwyneddSet within its own rubble-walled churchyard containing many C19 gravestones and monuments.
IIChrist ChurchGwyneddSituated in sloping churchyard approached through gates on A 5 opposite No 22 Ogwen Terrace.
IIChurch of Our Lady and St JamesGwyneddAt the corner with Ffriddoedd Road; small churchyard set in the slope.
IIChurch of Saint DeiniolGwyneddSet back from the main A497 road in a disused churchyard towards the centre of the town at Y Maes, and close to the junction with Lon Ednyfed.
IIChurch of Saint James the GreatGwyneddOn the SE side of the A494 on the east side of Glan-yr-afon; set within its own walled churchyard.
IIChurch of Saint MaryGwyneddSituated immediately adjacent to the Menai Strait, down a minor road off the A487 roundabout S of Y Felinheli.
IIChurch of St AelrhiwGwyneddIn a loop of the lane running NE from Rhiw village on the slopes of Mynydd Rhiw, 1km approx. E of the village.
IIChurch of St BeunoGwyneddNext to the school at the N end of Botwnnog village on the E side of the minor road, in a walled and gated burial ground.
IIChurch of St BuanGwyneddSituated on the NW side of the A497 road, some 5.5 km NW of Pwllheli, in churchyard with continuous stone banking wall and lych-gates to S and W.
IIChurch of St CedolGwyneddThe church stands at the end of the village, within its churchyard.
IIChurch of St CeidioGwyneddSituated in a circular raised churchyard, on a hillock by minor lane running SSE from Edern, some 1.9 km from Edern village.
IIChurch of St CelyninGwyneddAt the S end of the village, in a churchyard set back from the main road just N of its junction with a minor road.
IIChurch of St CianGwyneddSituated in Llangian village in large churchyard on E side of road.
IIChurch of St CwyfanGwyneddSituated in the centre of Tudweiliog village some 50m SE of the post office.
IIChurch of St CynfilGwyneddThe church stands on a bluff overlooking the marshes between Pwllheli and Llanbedrog.
IIChurch of St DeiniolGwyneddSituated in high isolated position off the B 4366 with only a few houses around in tiny settlement of Llanddeiniolen; set in roughly rectangular churchyard with roughly coursed rubblestone wall and si
IIChurch of St EdernGwyneddSituated to the E of Lon Llan, some 370m SE of Pont Edern in Edern village.
IIChurch of St GeorgeGwyneddThe parish church of Trefor stands alongside the S road into the village off the A499 Caernarfon to Pwllheli road.
IIChurch of St GwyndafGwyneddLocated immediately to the west of the line of the former Welsh Highland Railway in an originally oval-shaped churchyard now considerably extended to the north-west; high rubblestone wall on roadside
IIChurch of St GwynininGwynedd1.69km S of Botwnnog village,to the E of the minor road, in a small churchyard which has several C19 tomb-chests and is enclosed by a wall with horizontal railings.
IIChurch of St JohnGwyneddProminently sited on high ground above Penamser Road, in a large sloping churchyard at the W edge of the town centre.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistGwyneddThe parish church stands conspicuously in its graveyard on the N side of the Afon Dwyfor in the centre of Llanystuymdwy.
IIChurch of St LlechidGwyneddLocated in village in long rectangular churchyard boarded by rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping; entrance to north-east has circular piers and spiked iron gates, from which a long yew avenue l
IIChurch of St MadrynGwyneddWithin a walled churchyard which has a lychgate to SW; at the NW side of the square along Church Street.
IIChurch of St MaelrhysGwyneddSituated on N side of minor lane running S and E off Aberdaron-Rhiw road from junction at Penycaerau.
IIChurch of St MaryGwyneddSituated on the S side of Stryd-y-Mynach, some 180m NE of the junction of the A497 and the B4417 in the centre of Nefyn.
IIChurch of St MichaelGwyneddSituated some 600m SE of the B4415 road, approx 2.4 km W SW of the village of Rhydyclafdy.
IIChurch of St MichaelGwyneddThe church lies in the central section of the valley, set within its large churchyard on the low lying valley floor. Within the churchyard there are a number of gravestones of the first half of the C
IIChurch of St MichaelGwyneddOn a promontory of high ground at the western end of Llan Ffestiniog, set back slightly from the informal village square.
IIChurch of St MichaelGwyneddAt then end of a country lane leading N and W off the A496 in the village of Ynys.
IIChurch of St Michael and All AngelsGwyneddAn isolated church on high ground overlooking Morfa Bychan and Black Rock Sands, approximately 3km W of Porthmadog.
IIChurch of St Peter ad VinculaGwyneddThe parish church stands at the centre of the village, within an oval walled churchyard.
IIChurch of St TecwynGwyneddAt the end of a country lane, once the county road to Maentwrog, c1km W of the main village of Llandecwyn.
IIChurch of St TydechoGwyneddThe church stands in a raised oval churchyard, by the road leading NE through the Cwm Dyfi, NE of Dinas Mawddwy.
IIChurch of St. EnddwynGwyneddIn a churchyard to the W side of Ffordd y Llan, close to the railway station at the W side of the village of Llanenddwyn.
IIChurch of St. GwawrGwyneddLocated to N and E of the B4403 in the small hamlet of Llangower.
IIChurch of St. TwrogGwyneddSet back from the W side of Bull Street (A496) in the centre of the village of Maentwrog. Entry to the church grounds is via the lychgate between Neuadd Llewelyn and Pen-y-Bryn.
IIChurch of the Most Holy RedeemerGwyneddOn the SW side of the town centre on the road to Morfa Bychan.
IICongregational ChapelGwyneddBala
IIEbenezer Congregationalist ChapelGwyneddOn steeply sloping site between High Street and Caellepa with New Ebenezer Place to rear.
IIEbenezer Methodist ChapelGwyneddProminently sited facing down the street towards the junction with Upper Smithfield Street.
IIEbenezer Methodist ChurchGwyneddSet back from the street on the corner with Wesley Street.
IIEdern Presbyterian ChapelGwyneddSituated on the S side of the B4417, to the E of the crossroads some 450m SW of Pont Edern.
IIEglwys Bresbyteriadd Cymru Y GarthGwyneddOn the NW side of Bank Place, at its junction with Dora Street, approximately 75m W of its junction with the High Street.
IIEglwys Crist (Christ Church)GwyneddSituated in large roughly square-shaped churchyard approximately 0.5 km east of Deiniolen and 200m west of Cefn-y-Waen Chapel on north side of road from Deiniolen to Dinorwic; the church is aligned no
IIEglwys St CrossGwyneddLocated on minor road junction approximately 0.5km east of Tal-y-bont; set in north-east corner of roughly square-shaped churchyard with several yew trees and low rubblestone wall, entered to north-ea
IIGorffwysfa ChapelGwyneddSet back slightly behind a low walled and railed forecourt.
IIHen GapelGwyneddTo the N of minor road from A 494 (near Llanuwchllyn) to Dolhendre, about 600m from junction with A 494.
IIHoly Cross ChurchGwyneddSet back from the E side of the A487(T) to W of the village of Gellilydan.
IIIndependent ChapelGwyneddLocated on the eastern side of the village street with the manse (Ty Capel) directly adjacent, the chapel is approached by a driveway flanked by low stone walls.
IILlawrybettws ChapelGwyneddSet back slightly on the corner of the lane behind a partly-railed forecourt with curved rubble revettment walls following the road to the L and R.
IILlidiardau ChapelGwyneddOn the roadside in the centre of the village.
IIMoriah Calvinist ChapelGwyneddLocated on the E side of the A496 at the S end of the village. Set back slightly from the street in a raised railed yard.
IINazareth ChapelGwyneddSet against the slope of the hill which defines the northern half of the town, located immediately below the Ffestiniog Railway line; the chapel stands behind a narrow rubble-walled forecourt with its
IIParish Church of St BeunoGwyneddSet within its own walled churchyard on the banks of Bala lake, immediately to the SE of the main road.
IIParish Church of St MaryGwyneddLocated in a spacious churchyard between Queen's Square and Marian Road.
IIParish Church of St MorGwyneddCentrally-placed within the small village group, set in its own raised and partly revetted churchyard
IIParish Church of St TanwgGwyneddLocated within its own churchyard set back on a bend in the town's main street (Stryd Fawr).
IIParish Church of St. PeterGwyneddAbove the road and set in a small churchyard.
IIParish Church of the Holy TrinityGwyneddSet back from the main road within its own rubble-walled churchyard at the southern end of the village centre.
IIPendref ChapelGwyneddAbove the road and built into the hillside; close to The Harp Inn.
IIPeniel ChapelGwyneddLocated prominently in the centre of Nantmor village; set behind a low rubble forecourt wall with simple iron gates.
IIPeniel ChapelGwyneddLocated approximately 91m NW of the A 470 in the centre of the village; set back behind contemporary decorative railings on a slightly raised, part-metalled terrace and accessed from the road via a sh
IIPenlan ChapelGwyneddSet back near the bottom of the hill, above the road; hall elevation to Mitre Place.
IIPresbyterian ChapelGwyneddSet back from the street behind its own walled and railed forecourt.
IIPrivate Chapel at Plas-y-nantGwyneddSet within the grounds of Plas-y-nant above the A 4085 with dense mainly coniferous planting nearby.
IIRhydywernen ChapelGwyneddLocated at the western end of the Cwm Main approximately 1.2km N of Sarnau; immediately S of the Cwm Main road, running NE from the Cefn Ddwysarn road; raised up slightly behind a walled, grassed fore
IISalem Calvinistic Methodist ChapelGwyneddSet back from and above the street line behind a railed forecourt.
IISalem ChapelGwyneddIn the village of Sarn Meyllteyrn, in an elevated position facing E, set back from the road in a sloping grassed enclosure bounded at the front by a low wall with cast iron gate and railings.
IISalem ChapelGwyneddLocated in the Afon Artro Valley to the NE end of the hamlet of Pentre Gwynfryn, the chapel is set at right angles to a narrow country road leading to Cwm Nantcol.
IISeion Congregational ChurchGwyneddSituated in an elevated position amidst terraced housing approximately half way up Cavour Street; in front of the chapel is a small forecourt behind an irregularly coursed rubblestone wall, topped by
IISt Catherine's ChurchGwyneddSet back slightly from the road in a rubble-walled churchyard adjacent to Bont Arthog.
IISt David's ChurchGwyneddProminently located at the approach to the lower part of the town centre; on a triangular plot with Harbour Lane to the S and with stone gate piers to rubble boundary wall.
IISt David's Parish ChurchGwyneddIn the district of Glanadda opposite the Cemetery; in sloping railed churchyard with rubble piers.
IISt Machreth's ChurchGwyneddSituated on raised ground in the centre of the village; in its own walled churchyard.
IISt Marys Parish ChurchGwyneddBetween Garth Road and Maes-y-Dref, set in a rectangular landscaped churchyard.
IISt Paul's ChurchGwyneddLocated 250m SE of the Afon Wnion and the A 494 in its own churchyard, at the end of a lane in the centre of Bryn-Coed-Ifor.
IITabernaclGwyneddThe Tabernacl, also called Capel Bach, lies back from the S side of the street past a row of two cottages set end-on to the road.
IITabernacle Baptist ChapelGwyneddSet back from the road behind grassed and railed forecourt; beside the former Town Hall midway along the street.
IITabernacle ChapelGwyneddOn the eastern side of the town high above the seafront and reached by a long flight of steps, the gates of which are linked to the flanking terraced properties. The chapel site is cut into the hillsi
IITal-y-Bont ChapelGwyneddOn the corner of the road junction in the centre of the village.
IIThe Chapel (Aberdaron)GwyneddSituated on hillside to E of the Abbey ruin, and with Ty Capel to N.
IITyddyn EglwysGwyneddSet back from the S side of a country lane which leads W off the A496 in Ynys towards the Church of St Michael.
IITy'r Hen GapelGwyneddTo N of minor road from A 494 (near Llanuwchllyn) to Dolhendre, about 600m from junction with A 494. Attached to L (W) of chapel and set back behind slab-coped rubble forecourt walls
IISion Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilSituated on corner of Chapel Street and Cardiff Street, behind narrow railed forecourt with stone gatepiers.
IIAberfan Calvinistic Methodist ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated on main road at N end of terrace row, set in raised forecourt with stone gate piers.
IIBethania Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated at the lower end of the street, overlooking the High Street.
IICapel Tabernacl (Welsh Baptist Church)Merthyr TydfilOccupying a prominent corner site facing down Vulcan Road, Morgantown.
IICarmel Welsh Baptist ChapelMerthyr TydfilSet back from High Street at splayed junction with Holford Street and Pontycapel Road. Enclosed burial ground.
IIChapelMerthyr TydfilOn corner site, attached to No 20 New Castle Street.
IIChurch Hall at Capel TabernaclMerthyr TydfilOccupying a prominent corner site facing down Vulcan Road, Morgantown.
IIChurch of St JohnMerthyr TydfilOn corner of Upper Union Street and Station Road some 100m SW of Dowlais Works Stables.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistMerthyr TydfilSituated on the W side of the Afon Taf in a prominent position on the N side of the Cwmdu Road.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistMerthyr TydfilIn a prominent position on the NE side of New Church Road in Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer.
IIHen Dy Cwrdd Unitarian ChapelMerthyr TydfilNear the centre of Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer on the W side of Old Chapel Road.
IIHigh Street Baptist ChurchMerthyr TydfilOn a detached site midway down the pedestrianised section of High Street.
IIIvor English Congregational ChurchMerthyr TydfilOn the SE side of Ivor Street just NW of Dowlais Works Stables and some 75m NE of the Church of St John.
IIMerthyr Christian CentreMerthyr TydfilOn an elevated site against the hillside with gabled front closing the view up Church Street.
IISalem Baptist ChapelMerthyr TydfilOn bend in road, immediately south of The Square in centre of Bedlinog. Burial ground to the front
IISt David's ChurchMerthyr TydfilProminently sited in an open churchyard on the corner with Church Street, gabled W front to High Street.
IISt Illtyd's Roman Catholic ChurchMerthyr TydfilReached by a lane on the SW side of Balaclava Road; on steeply sloping site.
IISt Tydfil's ChurchMerthyr TydfilSituated in an enclosed churchyard at S end of High Street close to roundabout on A470 road.
IITabernacle Independent Chapel.Merthyr TydfilIn centre of Treharris, opposite Bethel Chapel, on rise overlooking valley. Iron rails along side and stone gate piers at upper end, into forecourt.
IITabor Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated, on rising ground overlooking the Heads of the Valleys Road, at junction of High Street and Grawen Lane
IIUnitarian ChapelMerthyr TydfilSet in terraced row close to corner with Church Street.
IIWesley Methodist ChurchMerthyr TydfilSet back slightly to right of Nos 12 and 12A Pontmorlais.
IIZion Chapel (Capel Seion)Merthyr TydfilBuilt across the steep slope with frontage forward to road.
IIZoar Chapel (Welsh Congregational)Merthyr TydfilSet back to rear of Nos 3, 4 and 5 Pontmorlais and reached by a gated lane shared with the adjoining Council Offices.
IIChurch of Saint LlywelMonmouthshireSituated in Llanllowell village on S side of road to Usk.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityMonmouthshireAbout 50m further along Baker Street from the Public Library.
IIAbergavenny Methodist ChurchMonmouthshireFacing south-west over the car park with the United Reformed Church on the right
IIAbergavenny United Reformed ChurchMonmouthshireFacing south-west over the car park with the Methodist Church on the left.
IIBaptist ChapelMonmouthshireOn a prominent corner site, approximately 150m north of Penallt War Memorial.
IIBaptist ChurchMonmouthshireNear the junction with Maryport Street, set back a little from the road behind railings, with a rubble wall along E side.
IIBethany ChapelMonmouthshireAt the north-east end of Market Street and forming a part of the group of historic buildings near the Town Hall in the main commercial centre of Abergavenny.
IIBethlehem Baptist ChapelMonmouthshireMaesygwartha is a scattered settlement, located some 1km S of Llanelly Church. Chapel stands on N side of by-road leading to Gilwern, within small sloping cemetery.
IIBettws ChapelMonmouthshireIn the centre of Bettws village.
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelMonmouthshireIn the centre of Pandy about 1.5km north east of St Michael's Church, Llanvihangel Crucorney.
IICemetery ChapelMonmouthshireTowards the W edge of the town, the cemetery occuping a roughly traingular site, the chapel close to its entrance at NE.
IIChapel of former Pen-y-fal HospitalMonmouthshireTo the south-west of the main building and immediately to the north-west of the Lodge, but situated rather below the drive.
IIChurch of ChristchurchMonmouthshireSituated on the western edge of Abergavenny and reached off the A40 Brecon Road. Set back from the street in small gated churchyard.
IIChurch of St ArvanMonmouthshireIn the centre of St. Arvans village approached from the Devauden road by both Church Lane and Grange Road.
IIChurch of St BridgetMonmouthshireTo the west of the road between Penhow and Magor about 4.5km south west of Caerwent.
IIChurch of St CenhedlonMonmouthshireNear the centre of Rockfield village, in a wooded hollow where the road skirts the edge of a westward meander of the River Monnow.
IIChurch of St DavidMonmouthshireAbout 5km north east of Abergavenny off the north side of the Skenfrith road.
IIChurch of St DavidMonmouthshireIn an islolated position approached down a track off Tre-herbert Road and about 600m west of Llandegfedd.
IIChurch of St DeiniolMonmouthshireAbout 500m south of the Devauden to Chepstow Road (Itton Road, B4293).
IIChurch of St Francis Xavier and St David LewisMonmouthshireTo N of 24 Porthycarne Street, in small churchyard which backs onto Usk Castle.
IIChurch of St JamesMonmouthshireAt the north end of Devauden village on the right hand side of the road to Monmouth.
IIChurch of St JamesMonmouthshireIn a gently sloping churchyard, on S side of the B 4521 in the centre of Llanvetherine.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistMonmouthshireAt Oldcastle which is about 4km north of Llanvihangel Crucorney village.
IIChurch of St John, Llangwm IsafMonmouthshireSituated adjoining Pentre Farm, some 600m N of Llangwm village, and 500m W of Llangwm Uchaf church.
IIChurch of St MaryMonmouthshireIn the centre of the village of Llanvair Discoed immediately to the south of Llanvair Castle.
IIChurch of St MaryMonmouthshireIn the centre of the hamlet of Undy, east of Magor.
IIChurch of St MaryMonmouthshireAbout 1800m south west of Tintern Abbey in a field to the east of the St Arvans road.
IIChurch of St MaryMonmouthshireHigh on the hillside about 400m west of Tintern Abbbey and reached by a paved footpath from Chapel Lane.
IIChurch of St MichaelMonmouthshireIn the centre of Llanvihangel Crucorney village.
IIChurch of St MichaelMonmouthshireSet between the main road and river Wye on E side of Tintern Parva.
IIChurch of St PeterMonmouthshireAbout 3km west of Devauden village
IIChurch of St PeterMonmouthshireIn the centre of Goetre village
IIChurch of St PeterMonmouthshireAbout 1000m south west of the Church of St Tewdric but approached off the A48 immediately to the south of the bridge over the M48.
IIChurch of St TegfeddMonmouthshireIn the centre of Llandegfedd village.
IIChurch of St Thomas a BecketMonmouthshireIn the centre of Shirenewton village.
IIChurch of St. JamesMonmouthshireIn a large churchyard near the junction of main roads in the centre of Wyesham.
IIChurch of St. John the BaptistMonmouthshireIn the centre of Llanhennock village on the crown of the ridge.
IIChurch of St. Mary R CMonmouthshirePart of a group in the important residential street leading south-east from the parish church.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityMonmouthshireOn the south side of the road towards the eastern end of Whitebrook valley.
IIClydach Wesleyan ChapelMonmouthshireLocated in centre of small roadside village, on S side of road, above A465 (Heads of the Valleys Road).
IIColdbrook ChapelMonmouthshireAt the end of a private drive past the former stable block to Coldbrook House and overlooking a landscaped pond to the north.
IIEarlswood Valley Methodist ChapelMonmouthshireAbout 4km west of Shirenewton on the northern fringe of Bica Common.
IIGaerllwyd Baptist ChurchMonmouthshireAbout 3km north west of Shirenewton at the junction of the village road with the B4235.
IIHanover ChapelMonmouthshireJust north of the junction on the A4052 on the east side of the minor road running along the south wall of Llanover Park from Pont Rhyd-y-meirch.
IILlanddewi Rhydderch Baptist ChapelMonmouthshireIn walled and gated upland burial ground, partly bounded by iron railings, about 1km south-west of Llanddewi Rhydderch, on south side of minor road leading to Abergavenny.
IILlanvair ChapelMonmouthshireChapel stands in small churchyard in open countryside some 3km NE of Llanvetherine, reached along the minor road to Llanfair Grange.
IINew Cemetery ChapelMonmouthshireProminently sited at the top of the cemetery which is reached from a narrow lane immediately to south of Usk Bridge.
IIParish Church of St FaithMonmouthshireOn the western edge of the village and set in the slope of the circular churchyard with a lime avenue. The churchyard entrance is at the junction of Llanellen Road and the B4246 Merthyr Road.
IIParish Church of St HelenMonmouthshireSituated uphill from the village in a sloping churchyard with bier house to north-east corner.
IIRaglan Baptist ChapelMonmouthshireSituated set back from Usk Road in lawned yard, approached by path from road.
IISalem Baptist ChapelMonmouthshireSituated at SW end of village, up lane off road to Coed Cwnwr
IISalem Presbyterian ChapelMonmouthshireIn the centre of the Forest Coalpit settlement about 4km west of Llanvihangel Crucorney.
IISaron Baptist ChurchMonmouthshireThe chapel lies in a gated burial ground partly enclosed by iron railings, approximately 500m w of the A4042 between Llanover and Penperlleni, on a minor road leading south west to Mamhilad.
IISt Ann'sMonmouthshireAt the top of Bridge Street directly adjacent to the Powis Almshouses.
IISt Ewen'sMonmouthshireNear the top of the hill and close to the Powis Almshouses.
IIThe ChapelMonmouthshireOriginally in open country on the north side of Abergavenny but now within the built-up area at the top of Avenue Road.
IITrellech Grange ChurchMonmouthshireAdjoining the farm buildings at Chapel Farm.
IIWhitefield ChapelMonmouthshireOn the east side of Pen-y-pound, some 30m north from the junction with Park Road and one of the varied group of historic buildings on the main north-eastern access to Abergavenny.
IIChurch of Saint John the BaptistNeath Port TalbotIn a prominent position on a hill above New Road on the E side of Skewen.
IIHermon ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet back behind a railed forecourt facing N to an unmetalled road on the W side of Winifred Road.
IIBethania Baptist ChapelNeath Port TalbotBehind a railed forecourt opposite the junction with Creswell Road.
IIBethania Calvinistic Methodist ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated in the centre of Glynneath, on the S side of High Street set back in forecourt with iron rails on low stone walls with 4 stone piers.
IIBethania ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet back from and above the road behind a grassed forecourt with railings to the street.
IIBethany ChapelNeath Port TalbotIn a prominent position in the centre of Port Talbot. The square is at the junction of Station Road and Forge Road.
IIBethany English Presbyterian ChurchNeath Port TalbotSituated in the centre of Glynneath, on the W side of Bethania Street some 30m from the junction with High Street.
IIBethel ChapelNeath Port TalbotThe chapel faces E at the corner of Aqueduct Terrace. Set within a rubble stone enclosure wall with square gate piers to entrance, iron gates and flanking railings.
IIChurch of Saint CiwgNeath Port TalbotSituated in a rural location on the hillside some 1.5km N of the centre of Pontradawe.
IIChurch of Saint MatthewNeath Port TalbotIn a prominent position on the W side of the minor road through Dyffryn.
IIChurch of St AnneNeath Port TalbotSet back on the S side of the main B4434 through the village.
IIChurch of St ClementNeath Port TalbotIn the centre of Briton Ferry and set within a railed churchyard.
IIChurch of St JosephNeath Port TalbotFronting the street, which continues as a path to the Aberavon shopping centre. The entrance is to the E and the chancel to the W.
IIChurch of St MaryNeath Port TalbotLocated in a quadrangular churchyard, encircled by the high-level A48. Just to the S of Aberavon shopping centre.
IIChurch of St MaryNeath Port TalbotSet back on the N side of Church Street and immediately N of the elevated A48.
IIChurch of St MichaelNeath Port TalbotLocated at the corner of Ty'r Owen Row and London Row.
IIDyffryn ChapelNeath Port TalbotLocated at the S end of Ffrwdwyllt Cottages on the W side of the entrance road to the steelworks.
IIGibeon ChapelNeath Port TalbotProminently sited on the edge of a triangular green in the centre of Tai Bach. Forecourt to E and S bound by low walls with chamfered copings supporting iron railings. Large square piers to SE angle
IIGorphwysfa ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet back from the street behind forecourt gates and railings W of the junction with Drymau Road.
IIGrove Place ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet behind a low snecked stone boundary wall, cut away to the N, with large square gate piers and cast iron gates with scrollwork.
IIHebron ChapelNeath Port TalbotProminently sited on high ground at the N end of Cymmer overlooking Avon Street and the river Afan to the S.
IIHoly Cross ChurchNeath Port TalbotLocated in a large triangular graveyard bounded to the S by the M4.
IIHoreb ChapelNeath Port TalbotCentrally located in the village facing the main A4230; Bethlehem Road to rear.
IIJerusalem Baptist ChapelNeath Port TalbotOn the E side of the main housing estate in Bryn, set back from and above the B4282 Cwmavon to Maesteg road.
IIJerusalem ChapelNeath Port TalbotProminently sited in the centre of Pontrhydyfen, sited high above the main B4287 through the village.
IIJerusalem Independent ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated near the centre of Resolven on the B4435 some 50m SW of the junction with Williams Avenue.
IINazareth ChapelNeath Port TalbotOn the S side of the main B4434 through the village on the E side of the junction with School Road, and set back from the main road behind a railed forecourt.
IIOld church of St BaglanNeath Port TalbotOn the NE side of the churchyard of St Catharine.
IIPenuel ChapelNeath Port TalbotLocated opposite Jersey Row and next to the Jersey Arms public house.
IIRehoboth Baptist ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet back from Neath Road (A474) behind forecourt gates and approximately 150m NE of the A48 roundabout.
IISalem Baptist ChapelNeath Port TalbotSet back behind a railed forecourt from Vernon Street on the W side of Neath Road.
IISaron Old ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated in Rhyd-y-fro on the E side of the A474 next to former manse and some 100m S of the new Saron chapel.
IISeion Fforest Calvinistic Methodist ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated facing S on the N side of the valley of the Afon Nedd, some 50m N of the junction of Forest Hill and the A465.
IITabernacle ChapelNeath Port TalbotFacing the street running from the S side of the A4230 through the village.
IITabernacle ChapelNeath Port TalbotLocated in a prominent position on the hillside overlooking the centre of Cwmavon. The vestry of 1931 is alongside.
IITabernacle ChapelNeath Port TalbotA narrow forecourt in front of the chapel faces the road and is bounded by stone gate piers and iron gates and railings.
IITabernacle Congregational ChapelNeath Port Talbot
IIWern Independent ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated on the S side of the hill in the centre of Ystalyfera and just S of the Post Office.
IIParish Church of St DubritiusNewportLocated at the centre of Llanvaches village, surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping and stone stile to S side.
IISummerhill Baptist ChurchNewportOn the hillside NE of Maindee centre.
IIBethel ChapelNewportAlmost opposite School Lane; on corner with Wesley Place.
IICastleton Baptist ChurchNewportProminently located on corner of the A48 and Marshfield Road. Front is bounded by a dwarf wall with railings and pyramidal capped piers with dentil cornices; low rubble wall to side.
IIChurch of Ss David, Julian and AaronNewportOn the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistNewportOn the hillside above the centre of the suburb of Maindee, the W front facing Kensington Place, within a walled grassed enclosure; main entrances with gatepiers at W and SW.
IIChurch of St MaryNewportNear junction with School Lane.
IIChurch of St Mary MagdaleneNewportTo rear of Farmers' Arms public house, in churchyard with stump of medieval cross, and C19 chest and table tombs.
IIChurch of the Holy SpiritNewportAbout 30m west of the junction with Isca Road.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityNewportIn the centre of Christchurch village high on the ridge on the south side of the Usk valley.
IIHavelock Street ChapelNewportOn corner of Havelock Street and North Street.
IILlanthewy Road Baptist ChurchNewportSituated in a residential area W of the city centre on a sloping site on the corner of Llanthewy Road and Burleigh Road, the main frontage set back behind a walled and railed courtyard.
IIParish Church of LangstoneNewportLocated on the E side of Langstone Lane leading from Langstone to Llanwern..
IIParish Church of St CadwaladrNewportLocated to the N of road leading from Bishton village to Llanwern, set back from the road along a driveway leading to the Rectory.
IIParish Church of St John the BaptistNewportLocated immediately to the SE of Penhow Castle, reached via a long track leading S from the A48, enclosed by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St MartinNewportLocated at the centre of Llanmartin village, set back from the road and bounded by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St. MaryNewportSet back from the E side of Malpas Road, within a large churchyard, entered via a prominent lychgate.
IISt Mark’s ChurchNewportProminently located on the S side of Gold Tops within large sloping site between Gold Tops and Serpentine Road.
IISt Mary RC PresbyteryNewportTo S (right) of front of church.
IISt Michael's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportLocated on the corner of Clarence Street and St Michael's Street.
IISt Patrick's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportProminently situated some 10 m E of junction with Fairfax Road.
IISt Paul’s ChurchNewportOn corner with Palmyra Place.
IITabernacle ChapelNewportLocated on the N side of the A48, approximately 1km E of The Rock and Fountain Inn. Set back from the road with the Memorial Hall incorporated at the W end.
IICapel Y Trefnyddion CalvinaiddPembrokeshireSituated facing into a courtyard on eastern side of road, facing former school (now youth hostel).
IIChurch of Saint DavidPembrokeshireSituated down short lane W of main street in Prendergast, overlooking Sydney Rees Way.
IIChurch of St BrynachPembrokeshireIn churchyard 20m SW of Llanfyrnach Bridge.
IIChurch of St JulianPembrokeshireSituated S of the harbour and to the N of Bridge Street.
IIChurch of St. John the BaptistPembrokeshireAt S side of the A40(T) road, 4 km W of Canaston Bridge.
IIChurch of St. MarcellusPembrokeshireTo the SW of the village of Martletwy, in a large churchyard with hedge facing the road and stone gate-piers with short wing-walls.
IIEast Williamston Parish ChurchPembrokeshireEast Williamston
IIFlimston ChapelPembrokeshireOn RAC Castlemartin Range, W of road to Stack Rocks.
IIMolleston Baptist ChapelPembrokeshire1½ km E of Templeton village, 100 m N of the A4115, reached by a gated driveway.
IIOld Church of St. John the BaptistPembrokeshire100 m SE of Slebech Park, on a site close to the Eastern Cleddau estuary.
IIPenuel Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated at W end of the village, W of junction with road to Rhos-hill. The chapel was built 1861-2 by John Evans of Cilgerran for ú750; the vestry in 1908-9 by W L Michael of Newcastle Emlyn for ú33
IISt Peter's and St Joseph'sPembrokeshireSituated between the end of the cottage row and The Forge, on the N side of the path to the parish church.
IISt. Petrox ChurchPembrokeshireStackpole
IIAlbany United Reformed ChurchPembrokeshireSituated set back in railed forecourt, just S of Rosemary Lane.
IIBerachah Presbyterian ChurchPembrokeshireSituated in the centre of Goodwick on the N side of New Hill some 85m from its junction with Station Hill.
IIBethabara Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated set back on the N side of the minor road through Pontyglasier just E of the bridge over the Afon Bannon.
IIBethel Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated on corner of Upper Meyrick and Bush Streets.
IIBethel ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on the E side of a minor road to Glandy Cross some 250m S of the road junction at Mynachlog Ddu.
IIBethel Congregational ChapelPembrokeshireIn the village of St. Florence, 100 m SE of the Church, on a corner site facing N with a lane at the W side.
IIBethesda Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireLocated behind the street line, reached via narrow cul-de-sac mid-way along the High Street.
IIBethesda Congregational ChapelPembrokeshire100 m W of the Bethesda crossroads in the village of Bethesda, on the B4313, standing in a large graveyard; stone gatepiers, simple iron gates.
IIBethlehem Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated at E end of street, opposite Mill Lane.
IIBlaenfos Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated in centre of Blaenffos, between A 478 and lane to Crosswell.
IIBrynberian Independent ChapelPembrokeshireSituated in Brynberian village some 150 m S of the Post Office.
IIBurnett's Hill Calvinistic Methodist ChapelPembrokeshireAt S side of an unclassified road, 1.5 km SW of Martletwy Village. Stone wall to the road with a simple iron gate.
IICaerau Independent ChapelPembrokeshireSituated in isolated hamlet some 3.5 km NE of St Nicholas.
IICana ChapelPembrokeshireSituated by roadside in village centre, set back behind railed forecourt.
IICapel Bedyddwyr ElimPembrokeshireSituated on north side of the main street, towards the west end.
IICapel NewyddPembrokeshireSituated in centre of Newchapel, on N side of B 4332.
IICapel Pentour,PembrokeshireSituated towards upper end of Tower Hill, opposite Rock House.
IICapel SionPembrokeshireSituated 150m SW of the crossroads at the centre of Scleddau.
IICapel y BedydddwyrPembrokeshireSituated behind long forecourt on northern side of A487 about 50m east of crossroads at Croesgoch.
IICapel y BedydddwyrPembrokeshireSituated above lane running north from junction at eastern end of bridge at Middle Mill, some 150 m form Corn Mill.
IICarvan Congregational ChapelPembrokeshire2 km E of Lampeter Velfrey. Graveyard to the S side with rendered stone boundary wall and a simple iron gate. Separate vestry building within the graveyard.
IIChapel of our Lady & St NonPembrokeshireSituated in garden immediately SE of Saint Non's Retreat House.
IIChurch of All SaintsPembrokeshireSituated some 300m E of the cross roads in Walton West, on the N side of the road running E from Little Haven.
IIChurch of Saint BridgetPembrokeshireSituated some 100m SE of the coast at St Brides Haven, approximately 750m E of St Brides Castle.
IIChurch of Saint ClydaiPembrokeshireSituated in a rural location on the S side of a minor road some 750m NE of Star.
IIChurch of Saint DavidPembrokeshireSituated on N side of lane from Cilgerran to Abercych some 500m E of Cilfowyr crossroads.
IIChurch of Saint DavidPembrokeshireSituated on W side of A478 some 800m S of Penybryn.
IIChurch of Saint DogmaelPembrokeshireAt a crossroads just E of Pont Mynachlog-ddu some 2.5km SW of the centre of Mynachlog-Ddu village.
IIChurch of Saint IsmaelPembrokeshireIn a prominent position between the estuary of the Cleddau Wen and the village of Uzmaston.
IIChurch of Saint James the GreatPembrokeshireSituated to W of Dale village, just E of Dale Castle.
IIChurch of Saint JeromePembrokeshireIn a prominent position on the W side of the main road N through Llangwm village.
IIChurch of Saint John the EvangelistPembrokeshireSituated on W corner of Church Street and Bush Street.
IIChurch of Saint LawrencePembrokeshireSituated in the churchyard at St Lawrence on the E side of the minor road S from the Western Cleddau.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPembrokeshireOn the N side of the entrance to the drive to Pant y Deri some 2.5km W of Blaenffos.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPembrokeshireSituated on the E side of the village green at Herbrandston.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPembrokeshireIn a prominent position in the centre of the village green at Maenclochog.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPembrokeshireSituated in churchyard on S side of Spittal village.
IIChurch of Saint Mary the VirginPembrokeshireSituated in a remote and imposing location, some 1.5k SW of the centre of Little Haven and some 100m S of the cliffs W of Musselwick.
IIChurch of Saint MeilyrPembrokeshireOn the SW side of Llys-y-fran near the bottom of the valley of the Afon Syfni just 200m SE of the dam.
IIChurch of Saint MichaelPembrokeshireIn the churchyard on the N side of Main Street facing its E junction with East Back.
IIChurch of Saint PeterPembrokeshireOn the S side of a minor road W to Middle and Upper Hasguard, some 100m N of Lower Hasguard.
IIChurch of Saint TeiloPembrokeshireSituated SW of the village street in large sloping churchyard.
IIChurch of Saint ThomasPembrokeshireSituated in large churchyard N of the abbey ruins.
IIChurch of Saint Thomas a BecketPembrokeshireSituated at end of short lane running E from St Thomas' Green.
IIChurch of Saint TudwalPembrokeshireJust above the beach some 650m E of the junction of Church Road and Hazel Bank Hill.
IIChurch of Saint TysilioPembrokeshireSituated in the centre of the churchyard on the S side of Heol-y-llan some 150m W of the A478 through Llandissilio.
IIChurch of St AidanPembrokeshireSituated towards the western end of High Street opposite junction with road to Whitchurch.
IIChurch of St AndrewPembrokeshireSituated some 400m E of village at crest of hill on lane running E from Moylgrove Bridge.
IIChurch of St BrynachPembrokeshire
IIChurch of St ColmanPembrokeshireSituated some 600m down lane running S off B 4332, just W of Cilwendeg main entrance.
IIChurch of St DavidPembrokeshireSituated in the centre of Whitchurch hamlet; on southern side of road, about 100 m E of junction with lane from Upper Solva.
IIChurch of St DogfaelPembrokeshireSituated some 500m down narrow lane to Castell Henllys, running N from A 487.
IIChurch of St IshmaelPembrokeshireSituated in the churchyard in a prominent position in the centre of Lambston.
IIChurch of St IshmaelPembrokeshireSituated in a wooded valley leading to Monk Haven, some 700m SW of the centre of the village of St Ishmaels.
IIChurch of St IsmaelPembrokeshireIn churchyard towards S end of village, backing onto ancient fort
IIChurch of St IsselPembrokeshireIn a rural location on the W bank of the Cleddau Wen some 100m SE of Lower Haroldston Farm.
IIChurch of St James the GreatPembrokeshireIn a prominent position on the top of a hill in the centre of Walwyn's Castle.
IIChurch of St LawrencePembrokeshireIn churchyard, on corner of lane. To NE of Yerbeston Farm.
IIChurch of St MadocPembrokeshireSituated in Nolton village, on N side of road.
IIChurch of St MaryPembrokeshireAngle
IIChurch of St MaryPembrokeshireIn hamlet of Lower Nash, 1 km SE of Cosheston Church. Reached by a side road N of the A477 road.
IIChurch of St MaryPembrokeshireSituated in Roch village, just SE of Roch Castle.
IIChurch of St NicholasPembrokeshireSituated in isolated position some 150m down lane running S from junction about 330m E of Rhydyfantwn Bridge.
IIChurch of St NicholasPembrokeshireSituated in centre of village.
IIChurch of St PeterPembrokeshireSituated on terrace above road some 200m SW of the Library.
IIChurch of St Thomas A BeckettPembrokeshireSituated set back behind No 26 The Rath.
IIChurch of St Tyfie and St FaithPembrokeshireAt centre of Lamphey village. There are various spellings of the name Tyfie.
IIChurch of St. PeterPembrokeshireAt the E end of Lampeter Velfrey village, in a circular churchyard surrounded by a stone wall. Iron gate and cobbled path from gate to porch.
IIChurch of St. WomarPembrokeshireIn an isolated group with Minwear Farm and Minwear Lodge, 2½ km N of Martletwy village. Churchyard with stone wall, simple iron gate.
IIChurch of the Holy MartyrsPembrokeshireSituated in centre of hilltop village, within rectangular burial ground.
IIChurch of the Holy Rood and Saint TeiloPembrokeshireSituated on the W side of St Florence Parade opposite the town wall just S of the entrance to St George's Street.
IIDeer Park Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated some 50m N of junction of Greenhill Road with Warren Street and White Lion Street.
IIDreenhill ChapelPembrokeshireSituated immediately E of The Croft Farm and to the N of a green lane going E off the minor road through Dreenhill.
IIEbenezer ChapelPembrokeshireSituated raised above Perrot Road with chapel entry from Ebenezer Row.
IIFfynnon Baptist ChapelPembrokeshire1 km W of Llanddewi Velfrey village
IIGedeon Independent ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on bank above main road, facing W, opposite land Cwm-yr-Eglwys.
IIGilead Old ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on NW side of main road. Opposite the present Gilead Chapel.
IIGlandwr ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on the S side of Glandwr some 120m S of the crossroads in the village centre.
IIGlanrhyd ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on B4582 road some 1.5km W of junction with A487.
IIHill Park Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated at the foot of Prendergast Hill, side on to roundabout and abutting No. 25 Bridge End Square.
IILlangloffan Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated in centre of hamlet, on E side of triangular green.
IIMount Pleasant Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated near the centre of Pembroke, set back on the N side of East Back and near its E junction with Main Street.
IIMount Pleasant Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSet back on northern side of High Street, opposite Portland Place.
IIMounton ChapelPembrokeshireIn an isolated position at the S edge of Canaston Wood, 1 km N of Mounton Farm. No graveyard wall or tombstones. Base of a preaching cross survives close to the SW corner.
IINewton North ChurchPembrokeshireIn an isolated position reached across fields about 1 km W of Newhouse Farm.
IIParan ChapelPembrokeshireSituated at southern end of small group of buildings at Paran, on western side of lane to Caerwen, some 100 m NW of junction with lane from Tremaenhir to Brawdy.
IIParish Church of St AndrewPembrokeshireLocated within a spacious churchyard at the end of Church Street on the southern edge of the town.
IIParish Church of St MaryPembrokeshireSituated in the churchyard which is just NE of The Square, between Barclays Bank and No 1.
IIParish Church of St TeiloPembrokeshireIn a rectangular churchyard on the left at the end of a lane leading off the B4314 and adjoining Crinow Farm.
IIPenybryn Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireCilgerran
IIRamoth Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated on the W side of the road through Abercych, some 100m from the junction with the B 4332.
IIRC Church of Saint David and Saint PatrickPembrokeshireSituated towards upper end of street, set back between Nos 63 and 67.
IIRedberth Parish ChurchPembrokeshireAt E side of the village of Redberth, in a small churchyard surrounded by rubblestone walls with ashlar gatepiers. A fragment of a cross with chamfered limbs stands near to the Church door
IIReynalton ChurchPembrokeshireAt the NW of Reynalton village, in a small churchyard N of the village street.
IIRhydwilym Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireTo S of River Cleddau, on minor road, about half way between Llandissilio and Llangolman Common.
IIRobeston Wathen ChurchPembrokeshireProminently situated on a hilltop site at the centre of the village of Robeston Wathen, in a raised graveyard with rubble stone walling.
IISaron Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated in Letterston on the S side of the B4331 some 600m W of its junction with the A40.
IISt Andrew's Presbyterian ChurchPembrokeshireSet back towards east end of street, between Laws and Gwyther Streets.
IISt Cawrda ChurchPembrokeshireSituated some 45m E of Jordonston Hall towards the S of Scleddau community.
IISt Elidyr's ChurchPembrokeshireIn an isolated position reached by a farm lane and a field track ½ km NE of Llanteg. The church stands in a roughly rectangular graveyard, only the E half of which is ancient.
IISt Elidy's Church Cross BasePembrokeshireNear the S porch of St Elidyr's Church, Amroth.
IISt John's United Reformed ChurchPembrokeshireOn the S corner of the junction of South Parade and Warren Street.
IISt Marys ChurchPembrokeshireSituated 100m SE of Manorowen House, some 1.25 km S of Goodwick on the A487.
IISt Michael's ChurchPembrokeshireAt the W edge of the village of Cosheston. The churchyard is to the S of the street and surrounded by stone walls.
IISt. David's Parish ChurchPembrokeshireSituated in a small churchyard on ground sloping to the S, reached from the village by a lane S via Plas Crwn and Cwmllan. Isolated from present-day settlement.
IITabernacle Congregational ChapelPembrokeshireSituated towards eastern end of street, on corner of Mansfield Street.
IITabernacle Independent ChapelPembrokeshireSituated set back from street on raised forecourt.
IITabernacle United Reformed ChurchPembrokeshireSituated behind a railed forecourt just in from St James Street.
IITabor Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated NE of Bwlchmawr, some 100 m N of A487, on N side of lane to Brynhenllan.
IITemple DruidPembrokeshireAt the end of a short drive N off a minor road some 1.3km E of Maenclochog village.
IIThe Church ChapelPembrokeshireSituated at south end of street, facing down Goat Street.
IIThorne ChapelPembrokeshireReached from the B4319 via a small lane skirting the E side of Merrion Camp.
IITy Rhos ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on W side of road from Cilgerran to Rhos Hill, some 2km S of Cilgerran.
IIWesley ChapelPembrokeshireIn Carew village, at the E side of the road approaching Carew Bridge. The Chapel stands back from the road behind a high wall with gatepiers and wrought-iron gates.
IIWesleyan Methodist ChapelPembrokeshireSituated on corner of Perrot Road and Chapel Lane.
IIYr Hen CapelPembrokeshireSituated on roadside at end of terraced row.
IIZion Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireReached by a minor road from Deeplake to South Dairy Mountain, to the N of the A40(T).
IIZion C. M. ChapelPembrokeshireIn the main street of the village of Begelly, on the E side. Small forecourt with stone piers, wrought iron railings and cast iron gate. Graveyard to the N and E. The chapel, school and house are in a
IIZoar Baptist ChapelPembrokeshireAt W side of an unclassified road 1 km SW of Llanteg. The chapel stands in a large graveyard with a hedge to the roadside.
IIRoman Catholic Church of St MichaelPowysOn the corner with St Michael Street.
IIAberhosan Independent ChapelPowysSituated on the W edge of Aberhosan on the N side of the minor road through the village.
IIAll Saints ChurchPowysIsolated building on W side of Mochdre, within a churchyard.
IIAll Saint's ChurchPowysOn the street line opposite the junction with Llanllwchaiarn Road.
IIAlpha Presbyterian ChurchPowysOccupies prominent site overlooking The Groe.
IIBaptist Chapel (capel-y-ffin)PowysThe Chapel stands in its own small grounds behind the Church of St Mary.
IIBaptist ChurchPowysAt corner of Norton Street and Russell Street with doorways to both sides.
IIBethabara Baptist ChapelPowysSituated in a burial ground at the bottom of the street close to Crickhowell Bridge.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelPowysSet back on the W side of the B4520 on the bank of the Nant y Groes some 700m N of Pwllgloyw.
IIBethel Baptist ChurchPowysBy roadside on E-W public street through village.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysSituated approximately 200m W of the centre of Llanfihangel Nant Bran and some 150m N of the bridge over the Nant Bran.
IIBethel ChapelPowysThe chapel is located at an angle to the road, at the entrance to Bont Dolgadfan village from the B 4518, behind the house Tan-y-capel. The schoolroom and meeting room are attached by a lean-to roof
IIBethesda ChapelPowysLocated in a prominent position in the fork of two roads, between the centre of Llangattock village and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
IIBethlehem ChapelPowysLocated alongside the main road to Meifod, 550m from Neuadd Bridge junction with the A458. The main entrance is approached directly from the road by a cobbled path, the forecourt is enclosed by cast
IIBettws Penpont ChurchPowysSituated in churchyard N of the A40, reached from Penpont main drive.
IIBilidu Calvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysIn the village of Pentre-bach 4km N of Sennybridge. On rising ground to W of village centre.
IIBont Dolgadfan Independent ChapelPowysLocated near the centre of Bont Dolgadfan, beside the road leading to Ty-gwyn farm. The chapel is set lengthwise and above the road, behind its railed forecourt set on the retaining wall.
IIBrecon Presbyterian ChurchPowysSet back from road, opposite Conway Street.
IIBronydd Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on sloping site approximately 100 metres south-east of the A 438 and 2km north-east of Clyro.
IIBryneglwysPowysSituated opposite S entry to churchyard.
IIBrynglwysPowysLocated opposite church gates, on the corner of Back Lane, and attached to Rosendaal. Short front garden enclosed by railings set on a low stone wall.
IICae-Bach ChapelPowysReached by a short lane north off Brookland Road leading to Caebach. Chapel set back to the west of this lane at the end of a gated pathway with small graveyard to the front. The ground falls away s
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysLlanidloes
IICapel AdfaPowysThe chapel is prominently sited in the centre of Adfa village.
IICapel AnnibynnolPowysOn the SE edge of the town, set well back from the road beyond burial ground.
IICapel Beili HeulogPowysSituated in an extremely isolated position in the Nant yr Offeiriad valley some 2 km W of Gwenddwr, reached by a track from Groeswen farm.
IICapel BethelPowysIn a prominent location near the centre of the town adjacent to the bridge over the River Irfon. The entrance faces the road (E) and the S side faces Victoria Square. To the W is an adjoining house,
IICapel CarmelPowysLocated in the hamlet of Carmel, to the SW of Llanllugan and Adfa.
IICapel NewbridgePowysNear the confluence of Afon Efyrnwy and Afon Banwy, to south-east of New Bridge Mechain, about 2.5km SW of Meifod.
IICapel PenielPowysSituated at W end of Carno village, opposite road to Llanllugan and Laura Ashley factory. Set back from the road and bounded by a wall on N, E and W sides.
IICapel SalemPowysSituated on the N edge of Llansilin, on the E side of a minor road N from the B4580.
IICapel SammahPowysSituated on the S side of the minor road through Cwm Llinau some 150m E of the A470.
IICapel SardisPowysSituated on E side of the Cwm Camlais lane about 3 km S of junction with A40 opposite Abercamlais drive.
IICapel SaronPowysSituated at a junction of minor roads some 1.8 km south-east of Pont Dolanog. Stone walls to road with Victorian letterbox. The chapel and house are approached from the crossroads corner of the site.
IICapel Saron MCPowysLocated on rising ground on the W side of the narrowed valley of the Afon Garno, within the scattered village of Pont-dôl-goch.
IICapel SoarPowysSituated in Soar hamlet, on bank on W side of lane.
IICapel y CraigPowysSituated at right angles to both Heol Powys to S and Graig Fach to N; faces W. The main entrance is from Heol Powys.
IICemetery ChapelPowysLocated at the centre of the cemetery, near the centre of Guilsfield.
IICemetery Chapel (NW)PowysIn the cemetery about 1km to NW of town centre. This chapel to NW of circular turning area in cemetery.
IICemetery Chapel (SE)PowysIn the cemetery about 1km to NW of town centre. This chapel to SE of circular turning area in cemetery.
IIChapel at AberclydachPowysOn the S slope of Cwm Clydach, W of the hamlet of Aberclydach, opposite the Quarryworkers Cottages.
IIChapel at Bronllys HospitalPowysSituated in open ground to the west of Bronllys; the chapel lies to the south of the widely spaced pavilions making up the former tuberculosis sanatorium.
IIChrist Church Parish ChurchPowysIn the centre of the village, set at the top of a sloping rubble-walled churchyard.
IIChurch of All SaintsPowysIn a large rectangular churchyard near the S end of the village.
IIChurch of Saint BeunoPowysSet back from the street in a churchyard of roughly circular shape.
IIChurch of Saint CynogPowysOn the W side of Battle in a churchyard S of the road through the village.
IIChurch of Saint John EvangelistPowysOn the west side of the A483, 2km approx NE of Welshpool.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPowysSituated on the N side of the road junction in the centre of Talachddu.
IIChurch of Saint Mary and Saint CynidrPowysAt Aberyscir S of the Trallong to Cradoc road some 50m NE of Aberyscir Court.
IIChurch of Saint TeiloPowysSituated in centre of Llandeilo'r Fan village.
IIChurch of St AfanPowysSet in a large churchyard adjacent to the main road and opposite the Red Lion Inn. In a very prominent position with fine views all around.
IIChurch of St BridePowysTo S of B 4515 Elan Valley road. In large churchyard above River Wye, with early C19 tombstones, and iron gates to road.
IIChurch of St BrynachPowysIn a prominent position in the centre of the village of Llanfrynach.
IIChurch of St CadfanPowysIn the village of Llangadfan to south of the Afon Banwy. The church stands a little east of centre in a churchyard surrounded by a wall in slatey stone; gate to west, steps down to field at south. W
IIChurch of St CadfarchPowysLocated towards the W end of the village, set back from the N side of the main road.
IIChurch of St CattwgPowysSituated in a prominent position in Llanspyddid village on S side of A40.
IIChurch of St CedwynPowysOn S side of B 4396, in large churchyard (extended 1870), opposite the entrance to Llangedwyn Hall. Stone churchyard wall with iron gates.
IIChurch of St Cynidr and St PeterPowysLocated on elevated ground parallel to the main Hay-on-Wye to Brecon road, the churchyard originally bounded on the SE side by the railway.
IIChurch of St CynlloPowysIn a round churchyard on the hillside N of the village centre.
IIChurch of St CynogPowysThe church is located near the centre of a large circular graveyard, at the centre of the small village of Boughrood.
IIChurch of St CynogPowysAt centre of the village of Llangynog at edge of the river floodplain, in a raised churchyard enclosed by a tall wall with steps and iron gates to the south. Tablet of 1791 in wall at north of churchy
IIChurch of St CynonPowysLocated on raised ground on W side of village, overlooking Bechan valley. The church is sited in a churchyard with rubble retaining wall to S.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysIn a round churchyard on the N side of the road through the village.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysAn isolated church within a round churchyard approximately 6.2km ENE of Aberedw.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysWithin a churchyard on the N side of a minor road between Knucklas and Llangunllo, approximately 1.3km WNW of Knucklas village.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysThe settlement of Llanddewi'r Cwm is about 2km S of Builth Wells on B4250. The church stands in a large churchyard on SE side of the road.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysIsolated position 3.2 kilometres south west of Painscastle, reached along pathway from Cwm.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysOn S side of road through village, in churchyard with views over River Usk, towards the Brecon Beacons.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysLies on the edge of Whitton Village, 150 yards north-west from the crossroads just off the B4356 Presteigne - Llangunllo Road.
IIChurch of St David or St LlyrPowysThe church stands in a churchyard on the S side of a bend in the Afon Irfon. It is reached down a long track N off a minor road some 3.5km W of Builth Wells.
IIChurch of St David, LlanfaesPowysOn corner with Bailihelig Road. In churchyard with late C18 and early C19 gravestones
IIChurch of St DubriciusPowysSituated in churchyard on W side of Gwenddwr village.
IIChurch of St FfraedPowysOn rising ground just above the main road to Brecon which passes beneath it to W close by the River Usk, set in a roughly rectangular walled churchyard.
IIChurch of St GarmonPowysThe church is set at the centre of the nucleated village, in the sub-rectangular former bailey of the castle, with a motte at the N corner. The motte is a scheduled ancient monument, 6/2203/Mg117.
IIChurch of St JohnPowysIn a churchyard on the W side of the road, 0.9km N of Builth Road station.
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistPowysIn the centre of Tretower on S side of A479 and N of Tretower Court. The site occupies a triangular plot surrounded by minor roads.
IIChurch of St LlonioPowysLocated immediately N of the village centre, on a spur jutting into the Severn valley, and within a fortified promontory fort, the defensive bank forming, until recently, the N boundary of the churchy
IIChurch of St LlonioPowysLocated immediately N of the village centre, on a spur jutting into the Severn valley, and within a fortified promontory fort, the defensive bank forming, until recently, the N boundary of the churchy
IIChurch of St MaritiusPowysSituated in small churchyard, reached by short lane up to NW from A470 some 120m N of Abernant.
IIChurch of St MaryPowysSet above the road in a large, partly embanked enclosure with numerous chest tombs.
IIChurch of St MaryPowysLlanfair Caereinion
IIChurch of St MaryPowysSituated on N side of lane, some 1.8km W of Llanfrynach village.
IIChurch of St Mary The VirginPowysIn an isolated position just outside the hamlet of Snead, to the S of the main A 489, 5km from Churchstoke. The church occupies the centre of a small rectangular churchyard which is raised above the
IIChurch of St MatthewPowysSet back from the road in a walled churchyard approximately 1km NE of Builth Wells.
IIChurch of St MeiligPowysThe church is set in an oval churchyard at the centre of the small village, standing back from the A.438 Brecon to Hereford road.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysLocated beside the main road from Forden to Gaer, 500m W of its junction with the main A490 from Welshpool to Montgomery.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysIsolated setting about 2.5km (1+ miles) E of Llandrindod Wells, close under the banks of Ceffnlys Castle. Formerly the centre of Ceffnlys borough, a now deserted village.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysSituated in the centre of the village of Llanfihangel Nant Bran.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysLocated in the centre of the village within a large rectangular churchyard.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysOccupies an elevated position in the centre of Discoed, to the south of the castle mound.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysThe church is set within a polygonal churchyard adjacent to the main road, surrounded by a number of yew trees.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysStands above the SE bank of Llangorse Lake and just below the main road between Bwlch and Llangors in a steeply sloping churchyard bordered to E by a stone wall with railings and gatepiers.
IIChurch of St Michael and All AngelsPowysSituated on rising ground just N of the main village thoroughfare, the churchyard sloping E to the River Tawel.
IIChurch of St NicholasPowysThe church stands in a large circular churchyard in a raised position overlooking the confluence of the Rivers Caebitra and Camlad in a central position within the village.
IIChurch of St PadarnPowysSet back in a churchyard on the W side of the A483, approximately 0.5km S of the village centre.
IIChurch of St PadarnPowysWithin a churchyard on the N bank of the River Edw, N of Llanbadarn-y-garreg bridge.
IIChurch of St PaulPowysLocated on sloping ground of a narrow valley, at a sharp bend of the road. The small church is approached from gates through an avenue of trees, installed and planted to commemorate the 1887 Golden J
IIChurch of St Peter and St IlltydPowysSituated down lane running S from A40, just E of Peterstone Court.
IIChurch of St StephenPowysLocated near the crest of the hill, with extensive views SE over the valley of the Wye, and is set towards the N end of its large ovoid churchyard.
IIChurch of St TeclaPowysSet in a raised churchyard away from main road.
IIChurch of St TydechoPowysSet in a roughly circular churchyard at the N end of the village.
IIChurch of St. CadwaladrPowysAt south side of Ffordd Sugn, 2 km north of Moelfre. The churchyard is entered by iron gates in a stone wall at north and west, and is hedged and fenced elsewhere. Many chest tombs. Considerable numbe
IIChurch of St. CynlloPowysElevated position in centre of Llangunllo village.
IIChurch of St. ErfylPowysLlanerfyl
IIChurch of St. GwendolinePowysLocated immediately NE of the centre of the village, approximately 60m from the A.470.
IIChurch of St. MaryPowysLocated behind the road side development of Church Street, adjacent to the large moated manorial site.
IIChurch of St. PeterPowysOccupying an elevated position about 300m N of Evenjobb village; above the road leading to Whitton.
IIChurch of St. TysilioPowysIsolated position, set back from Welshpool to Oswestry Road, one mile south of Llanymynech.
IIChurch of St. TyssilPowysLocated on the NW side of the village on flat ground, between the rectory and the school.
IIChurch of St.GwynnogPowysAt the E end of the village, N of the B4568 and the Severn Valley, in a slightly raised position.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityPowysProminently situated in the Penrhos valley
IICil ChapelPowysOn the W side of the B4385 Castle Caereinion Road, 1km approx. NW of Berriew village.
IIEbenezer United Reformed ChurchPowysSet back and high above the road with small grassed and railed churchyard to front rubble embankment wall.
IIGlasbury Methodist ChurchPowysLocated along the side the road from Glasbury to Boughrood, at the eastern edge of the hamlet of Cwmbach, within its narrow graveyard which extends further to the W
IIGlasbury United Reformed ChapelPowysThe chapel is situated in a walled enclosure at the centre of the SE side of The Green, with its gable facing on to the Green.
IIGosen ChapelPowysBetween Rivers Irfon and Dulas. On S side of road about 250m east of road junction.
IIHebron Congregational ChapelPowysSituated in graveyard on S side of village square at Crickadarn.
IIHepzibah Baptist ChapelPowysSituated above village on W side of lane to Crickadarn some 130m S from A470.
IIHermon Congregational ChapelPowysPainscastle
IIHodley United Reformed ChurchPowysLocated on the E side of the road from Kerry to Abermiwl, within the small hamlet of Hodley.
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchPowysSituated in the upper part of the town to the north-east of the Grand Pavilion and recreation ground.
IIHope ChapelPowysSituated on the N side of the A481 approximately 4.5km NE of Builth Wells towards Hundred House.
IIHoreb Congregational ChurchPowysSet opposite parish church in small railed yard.
IILlanidloes Baptist ChapelPowysLlanidloes
IILlyswen Presbyterian ChurchPowysLocated within its own linear churchyard, alongside the main Builth to Crickhowell Road, just beyond the S end of Llyswen village. The churchyard has a stone wall with a gate opening along the road f
IIMaengwyn ChapelPowysDetached nearer the western end of the street. Railed and walled forecourt.
IIMaesyrhelm Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on the hillside on the W side of the Afon Ithon reached from the A483 by a minor road over Maes-yr-helm Bridge.
IIMemorial Baptist ChapelPowysOn prominent corner site, opposite St Mary's churchyard, set behind low railed wall.
IIMethodist Church (Presteigne)PowysSet back from the street with a walled and railed forecourt.
IIMoity ChapelPowysLocated on the N side of the road from Llowes to Painscastle, near the junction of the lane to Gogia. Set in a small burial ground.
IIMontgomery Presbyterian ChurchPowysSituated near the centre of Montgomery, on the E side of Princes Street, just S of its junction with Arthur Street.
IIMoriah ChapelPowysSet back from the W side of the road through Abergwesyn and reached by a short path. The entrance is to the W end.
IIMoriah Eglwys Presbyteraidd CymruPowysLocated at the corner of Bridge Street and High Street at the centre of the town.
IIOld Church of St. TyssilPowysLocated on a hillside to the SE of Llandyssil village. The remains of the church are within a roughly circular graveyard which is still in use.
IIOlewydd Congregational ChapelPowysSet back from the main road with its own burial ground, approximately 0.9km W of Llanfechan Church.
IIPantycelyn Baptist ChapelPowysAn isolated chapel 2.6km NW of Eglwys Oen Duw, set above the E side of a minor road between Beulah and Abergwesyn.
IIParish Church of St DavidPowysIn a spacious churchyard in a prominent position facing New Church Street.
IIParish Church of St EigonPowysSituated on rising ground in an elevated position overlooking Llanigon.
IIParish Church of St LlwchaiarnPowysIn a large triangular churchyard on the roadside.
IIParish church of St MaryPowysFormerly listed under West Street.
IIParish Church of St PeterPowysTo N of the town centre.
IIParish Church of St ThomasPowysAt west of the village of Penybontfawr, in a large stone-walled churchyard.
IIParish Church of St TydechoPowysOn a small hill to the north-west of the village of Foel. Stone churchyard wall; iron gate at north.
IIPenarth Independent ChapelPowysLocated 2km to the S of Llanfair Caereinion on a minor road, NE of Gibbett Hill. The Chapel has a narrow forecourt on the SE with cast iron railings and a central gate. The graveyard lies behind the
IIPenmyarth Park ChapelPowysIn Penmyarth Park approximately 550m W of Glanusk Bridge, on N side of River Usk. The church is surrounded by railings.
IIPennal Independent ChapelPowysIn the Llyfnant Valley on the N side of Glaspwll, fronting a group of 2 farm buildings at Cae Saer. A farmyard boundary wall adjoins the NW angle of the chapel, with a gate to the S. The farm buildi
IIPentre Llifior ChapelPowysOn the road from Berriew to Bettws Cedewain, 5km approx SW of Berriew village.
IIPenuel ChapelPowysApproximately 1km NNE of Cwmdu church on N side of minor road from A479 to Cwm Rhos. The chapel is within a walled graveyard with a steep embankment at rear.
IIPenuel ChapelPowysIn the centre of Llangors village opposite the church.
IIPen-yr-heol ChapelPowysLocated on the elevated plateau, below the Black Mountain peak Twmpa, within its well-furnished graveyard.
IIPresbyterian ChapelPowysSituated on a downhill slope, between the Radnor District Council Offices and the Albert Hall.
IIPresbyterian ChapelPowysThe building lies on the E side of a cul-de-sac, formerly the road to Tir y Mynach township.
IIRC Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St TheresePowysTowards SE end of built-up area of Presteigne; attached to Greenfield House.
IISalem Baptist ChapelPowysBetween Bear Street and Oxford Road
IISardis Independent ChapelPowysSituated near the centre of Ystradgynlais on the N side of the Afon Tawe just NE of the junction of Commercial Street and Heol Giedd.
IISion Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on the E side of Sennybridge on the S side of the A40 some 100m W of the bridge over the Afon Senni.
IISt John's ChapelPowysOn an island site with St John's Place to right; set in the slope.
IISt MaelogPowysIn the centre of a former churchyard on the S side of Llandefaelog-tre'r-graig some 1.8km S of Tredomen.
IISt Mary's Parish ChurchPowysOn the W edge of the town, beside the Norman motte.
IISt. Edward's ChurchPowysWithin an elevated churchyard above the River Teme to north-east of the Town centre.
IISt. Idloes Parish ChurchPowysAt the NW edge of town. Churchyard to S and River Severn below to N.
IISt. Mary's ChurchPowysThis chapel-of-ease to Llanigon Church stands in a small churchyard adjacent to the lane, accompanied by a number of ancient yew-trees.
IISt. Myllin's ChurchPowysSet back from High Street almost opposite the Council House.
IISychnant Presbyterian ChurchPowysSituated facing NE some 30m W of a junction of a minor road and the B4518 approximately 3km N of Pant-y-dwr.
IITabernacl Baptist ChapelPowysApproximately 1km NNW of Felinfach on E side of minor road. Set back from road in graveyard with good C19 memorials. Aligned roughly N-S, with entrance facing S.
IITabernacle ChapelPowysTo SW of the town centre. On a levelled site above the road near junction with Church Street; to R of Old Police Station.
IITan House ChapelPowysLies on west side of Tan House crossroads alongside by-road to Dolau.
IIThe Monastery Church (Capel-y-Ffin)PowysLlanigon
IIThe Old ChapelPowysApproximately 3.3km N of Llanbedr church, on N side of a minor road and on R bank of Grwyne Fechan.
IITreble Hill Baptist ChapelPowysLocated in a conspicuous position on the Brecknock end of the causeway to Glasbury bridge, with its entrance gable behind a narrow forecourt facing the road.
IIUnited Reformed ChurchPowysProminently sited on the corner of Park Street with New Church Street.
IIUniversal Pentecostal ChurchPowysAbove Mount Street, adjacent to Christ Church churchyard.
IIWatergate Baptist ChurchPowysSet back from Street next to Afon Honddu.
IIWelshpool Baptist ChurchPowysChelsea Lane runs at right-angles to the S side of High Street.
IIYardro ChapelPowysAt road junction near Yardro and about 1.25km SW of Harpton.
IIYr Hen GapelPowysLocated on the E side of the hamlet of Dol-fâch, above the railway line. The chapel is approached by a flight of wide steps between walls, leading to the railed forecourt. The manse lies behind the
IIZion Baptist ChapelPowysSituated in the centre of Cwmbelan village on the N side of the main street, now by-passed by the A470.
IIZoar ChapelPowysSituated on the western side of Tretower at the junction between the lane into the village and that up to the A479. Set back behind railed forecourt with gates and gate-piers.
IIAinon Capel y BedyddwyrRhondda Cynon TafSituated on the main Rhondda thoroughfare N of the main town of Treorchy just beyond the river separating the locality of Ynyswen
IIAinon Welsh Baptist ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated in centre of town on road parallel with main road, frontage on un-named lane linking the two.
IIBethania ChapelRhondda Cynon TafHigh above the street facing NE; hall to rear facing Griffith Street. On sloping site; 2 flights of steps to the forecourt beside No l0l.
IIBethania Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafOn the corner of Phillip Street and Jeffrey Street some 150m north of the parish church of St Mary.
IIBethany Baptist ChurchRhondda Cynon TafImmediately S of a road bridge over the River Rhondda.
IIBethany ChapelRhondda Cynon TafLocated at the NW end of the main town on the main thorough fare.
IIBethesda Baptist ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on raised ground at the corner of John Street and Margaret Street, set back in grassed forecourt with rubble walls and stone piers.
IIBethlehem Eglwys Presbyteraidd CymruRhondda Cynon TafOn the main Valley thoroughfare near the centre of the town
IICalfaria ChapelRhondda Cynon TafAbove the road and set back behind burial ground. Side elevation to Griffith Street.
IICalfaria Welsh Calvinistic ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on the corner of Porth Street and North Road towards the N of town.
IICapel EbenezerRhondda Cynon TafSet back at a splayed angle to the road behind grassed and tiled forecourt.
IICapel RhonddaRhondda Cynon TafOn the main road between Pontypridd and the Rhondda, set back behind forecourt railings.
IICapel Y BedyddwyrRhondda Cynon TafAbove the road and set back behind forecourt including small burial ground.
IICapel y TonRhondda Cynon TafProminently located in the centre of Tonyrefail. Set back behind forecourt walls and railings within a graveyard containing numerous monuments.
IICarmel (Bryn Sion) ChapelRhondda Cynon TafOn sloping site at a splayed angle to the road flanked by Mount Pleasant Street and Margaret Street and facing down Llewellyn Street. Railed forecourt.
IICarmel Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on main road some 100m W of St Winifred parish church, behind low stone wall with stone piers, iron railings and double gates between posts.
IICastellau Congregational ChapelRhondda Cynon TafLocated at a road junction to the N of Llantrisant Common, on the W side of a lane which joins Castellau Road and Heol Ddu.
IIChurch of Our Lady of PenrhysRhondda Cynon TafProminently situated at the south end of Ferndale occupying a corner site on the main thoroughfare of the Rhondda Fach valley
IIChurch of SS Ilid and CurigRhondda Cynon TafAn isolated church reached by a track on the S side of a minor road from Pencoed to Llanharry.
IIChurch of SS Julius and AaronRhondda Cynon TafIn a walled churchyard, set back from the N side of the village centre.
IIChurch of St AnnRhondda Cynon TafApproximately 0.5km W of Talygarn House, reached by path or minor road W of Cowbridge Road.
IIChurch of St CynogRhondda Cynon TafIsolated from the village to the E, and on a hilltop site at the top of Church Road.
IIChurch of St DavidRhondda Cynon TafIn the centre of the village and set back from the road in a walled churchyard.
IIChurch of St DyfrigRhondda Cynon TafProminently sited at the S end of Broadway, W of the River Taff at Machine Bridge.
IIChurch of St GeorgeRhondda Cynon TafSituated near the centre of Cwmparc N of Park Road, the main thoroughfare, set into the hillside with ground rising to N.
IIChurch of St GwynnoRhondda Cynon TafIn an isolated position, high on the hilltop between the Rhondda Fach and Cynon Valleys at a junction of mountain roads in St Gwynno Forest.
IIChurch of St IlltydRhondda Cynon TafLocated on the N side of the main road and within a triangular road junction in the centre of the village. The churchyard is raised and roughly oval.
IIChurch of St IlltydRhondda Cynon TafAt corner of St Illtyd Road and Church Road
IIChurch of St JohnRhondda Cynon TafChurch is situated in a prominent position on the hillside above the earlier settlement of Cymmer centred round the C18 chapel.
IIChurch of St MargaretRhondda Cynon TafAt S end of Dyffryn Road set back from junction with New Road (A4059); Campell Terrace to rear.
IIChurch of St MaryRhondda Cynon TafProminently sited on the E side and above the A470 trunk road.
IIChurch of St PaulRhondda Cynon TafSituated in a prominent position on hillside in N part of town.
IICymmer Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSet in the slope of the main road through Cymmer as it descends north into Porth. At the roadside with narrow forecourt, red brick gate-piers and iron railings; large burial ground to right and rear
IIEglwys Gymraeg SardisRhondda Cynon TafSet back from, and above the road immediately below the N end of the railway station. It is reached up steps in the forecourt wall facing the road.
IIEnglish Methodist ChapelRhondda Cynon TafFaces E near the junction with High Street.
IIGadlys ChapelRhondda Cynon TafOn sloping site stepped up from adjoining cottages.
IIHen-Dy-Cwrdd ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSet back from the road at the junction with Mount Pleasant Street. Walled burial ground to the front.
IILibanus Welsh Baptist ChurchRhondda Cynon TafApproximately 100m SW of St Dyfrig's RC Church.
IINebo Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafIn a prominent position opposite Harris Street, set well back from the road behind a graveyard bounded by rubble walls with dressed piers and double iron gates.
IIPenuel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelRhondda Cynon TafOn the main thoroughfare through Ferndale, a continuation of High Street
IIPenuel Presbyterian Church of WalesRhondda Cynon TafLocated towards the top of the High Street, just before it curves round to the L and up to the Bullring.
IIPisgah Trefnyddion CalfinaiddRhondda Cynon TafSituated a little to N of town centre, on the main road of Pen-y-graig which leads to Tonypandy.
IISalem ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSet back from the road behind burial ground and reached by railed path. At the NE end of the street.
IISaron Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on the SW corner of Davis and Beddoe Street. Set behind low rubble wall with iron rails and stone piers.
IISiloa Baptist ChurchRhondda Cynon TafSituated on the A4059 some 40 m from the junction with Church Street, in graveyard behind low rubble wall with rails and double iron gates.
IISiloa Capel Y AnnibynwyrRhondda Cynon TafNear the western end of the street, facing N.
IISt David's Presbyterian ChurchRhondda Cynon TafApproximately 100m N of St Catherine's Church, set slightly back from the road behind a forecourt wall with railings.
IISt James' ChurchRhondda Cynon TafSet in a slight slope on the corner with Merthyr Road at the NW end of the village. Opposite the junction with Cwmynysmintan Road.
IISt. Fagan's ChurchRhondda Cynon TafReached by lane from the street and tree lined path. Set at the northern end of a sloping, walled, churchyard. Vicarage immediately to NE.
IITrealaw Cemetery ChapelRhondda Cynon TafThe cemetery is on the main Valley thoroughfare at the very eastern edge of the community and on the boundary with Porth; the chapel is near the main central entrance with the extensive cemetery stret
IITrehondda Welsh Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafIn a dominant position on a corner of the main valley thoroughfare at the N end of High Street at its junction with Strand. Formerly adjacent to the now demolished Workmen's Hall.
IITrinity Presbyterian Church of WalesRhondda Cynon TafOn the corner with Canon Street to which the railed side elevation faces.
IIMount Pisgah ChapelSwanseaIn the village of Parkmill, built into a hillside at the north side of the road. Stone retaining wall at front with central stairs, iron railings and gates.
IIBethel Independent ChapelSwanseaIn Bethel Road, in the centre of Penclawdd village, with its Sunday School to the north.
IIBethesda Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaProminently sited on the north side of the Green at Burry Green.
IIBryn Hyfryd Baptist ChapelSwanseaOn the corner with Bryn Terrace.
IICaersalem Newydd Baptist ChapelSwanseaSituated in a prominent position in the centre of Tirdeunaw at the junction of Llangyfelach Road and Heol Ddu.
IICapel BethelSwanseaSituated to the SW of Llansamlet railway station approximately 70m W of the junction of Bethel Road and Trallwn Road.
IICapel BethlehemSwanseaSet back from the A483 S of its junction with Carmarthen Road, and sited within a large burial ground.
IICapel CalfariaSwanseaSituated near to the centre of Clydach approximately 50m E of the bridge over the Lower Clydach River.
IICapel MoriahSwanseaSituated on the N side of Glebe Road some 60m W of the junction with Woodlands Road.
IICapel SalemSwanseaSituated approximately 120m E of the junction of Cwm Chapel Road and the B5444 and just W of the earlier chapel it was built to replace.
IICapel Salem (old chapel)SwanseaSituated approximately 120m W of the junction of Cwm Chapel Road and Mansel Road; forward to E of the later chapel.
IICapel SaronSwanseaSituated in the centre of Birchgrove some 45m N of the junction of Birchgrove Road and Heol Dulais.
IIChrist ChurchSwanseaGabled front facing S across Oystermouth Road and foreshore, between Argyle Street and Burrows Road, St Helen’s.
IIChurch of All SaintsSwanseaOn the N side of Church Park standing on high ground overlooking Oystermouth village centre to the NE.
IIChurch of Saint CatherineSwanseaSituated on the E side of Gorseinon in a prominent position on the N side of Alexandra Road.
IIChurch of Saint John the BaptistSwanseaIn a prominent position at the E end of the High Street just N of the Swansea Canal and the former Mond Nickel Works.
IIChurch of Saint MarySwanseaAt the W end of the High Street some 75m E of the bridge over the Lower Clydach River.
IIChurch of Saint SamletSwanseaSituated on the W side of Church Road some 335m N of its junction with Samlet Road.
IIChurch of Saint ThomasSwanseaSituated in a prominent position in the centre of St. Thomas between Lewis Street and Maes Street.
IIChurch of St GeorgeSwanseaAt the centre of the village of Reynoldston.
IIChurch of St JohnSwanseaSet back from Church Street, where it changes angle.
IIChurch of St JohnSwanseaOn island at crossroads of Woodfield Street and Morfydd Street.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistSwanseaSet in a railed churchyard with twin E gables facing down Graham Street; W front overlooking valley with St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church opposite.
IIChurch of St Jude & Church HallSwanseaIn a steep hillside position with side to road.
IIChurch of St LukeSwanseaSet on a terraced site across the slope, and looking down to A483 roundabout at Libanus Chapel.
IIChurch of St MadocSwanseaAt W end of village. Rubble stone churchyard wall to south and east; iron gate with iron lamp arch. Graveyard enlarged to north. Cobble paving at entrance.
IIChurch of St MarySwanseaCastle
IIChurch of St MarySwanseaOn the W side of the B4436 N of its junction with an unclassified road to Southgate.
IIChurch of St Michael & all AngelsSwanseaOn the corner with Bohun Street, ground falls steeply to E.
IIChurch of St PaulSwanseaSet back in churchyard near junction with De La Beche Road.
IIChurch of St TeiloSwanseaIn an exposed position in the centre of Caer-eithin on the SE side of the bend in Cheriton Crescent.
IIChurch of the Blessed SacramentSwanseaSituated on the E side of Gorseinon on the S side of Alexandra Road.
IIClyne ChapelSwanseaApproximately 400m SE of Clyne Castle and on the S side of Clyne Gardens.
IIDinas Noddfa Baptist ChapelSwanseaVery prominently sited on terraced hillside overlooking River Tawe and Landore railway viaduct to SE.
IIHope Independent ChapelSwanseaSituated in the centre of Pontarddulais on the NE side of St. Teilo Street opposite the junction with New Road.
IILibanus Baptist ChapelSwanseaFacing modern roundabout at Cae Bricks.
IIMount Calvary Baptist ChapelSwanseaSituated just S of Dan-y-graig Cemetery at the junction of Ysgol Street and Dan-y-graig Road.
IIMount Calvary English Baptist ChapelSwanseaOn a corner site with main front facing N on to Elgin Street.
IIMumbles Methodist ChurchSwanseaProminently sited opposite Oystermouth Square and at the corner of the junction with Dunns Lane.
IIOld Siloh ChapelSwanseaBy roadside immediately W of viaduct on main Swansea - Cardiff railway line.
IIPantgwydir Baptist ChurchSwanseaOn corner with Ernald Place.
IIParish Church of St PaulSwanseaSet into hillside beside new dual carriageway, tall E end to Neath Road.
IIPhiladelphia ChapelSwanseaNear corner with Morris Street, parallel to Globe Street, in railed forecourt.
IIPresbytery at St David's R.C. ChurchSwanseaAdjoining SW corner of church with link building overlapping 2 bays of S aisle.
IIR C Church of St JosephSwanseaTall church building overlooking valley with St John’s Church, Hafod, opposite, long flank to street.
IISeion ChapelSwanseaMorriston
IISiloam Independent ChapelSwanseaAbove the road with terraced forecourt and steps leading up.
IISingleton AbbeySwanseaReached off the main road to The Mumbles; set towards the present NE end of Singleton Park amongst modern University buildings. Terrace to S.
IISt Andrew's United Reformed ChurchSwanseaStrongly designed ecclesiastical building occupying an eye-catching position mid way along St Helen’s Road on the corner of George Street.
IISt James ChurchSwanseaIn churchyard formed by St James’ Crescent and Walter Road.
IISt Paul's ChurchSwanseaOn corner with St Helen’s Avenue.
IISt. David's Priory R.C. ChurchSwanseaWithin modern precinct of St David’s Centre and close to W of roundabout at bottom of Princess Way. E end to Rutland Street. Church orientated N and S.
IISt. Matthew's ChurchSwanseaGable end forward to street with raised churchyard flanking sides and rear. One the site of the medieval chapel of St John the Baptist, rebuilt 1823-4 to designed by Wm Jernegan.
IITabernacle Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaOn the main street of Penclawdd village, facing the part named West End. Stone-walled graveyard at front with cast-iron railings on a plinth wall and cast-iron gates to the front. Modern manse and hou
IITabernacle United Reformed ChurchSwanseaLocated E of the junction between Newton Road and Chapel Street.
IITemple United Reformed ChurchSwanseaThe chapel is set back from the road behind a low enclosure wall of snecked stone surmounted by iron railings with finials. Central double iron gates between square Gothic piers.
IITirzah Baptist ChapelSwanseaIn a lane off Station Road in the hamlet of Llanmorlais. Stone wall perimeter, with wrought iron railings on a low plinth wall to the front. Gate of similar design between cast-iron piers.
IITrinity Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaNorth side of the road leading SE from Llanmadoc to Cheriton. Stone wall to small forecourt, with iron railings and gate.
IIUnitarian ChurchSwanseaSet back from street with gabled porch reached across an open paved forecourt.
IIY Crwys Independent ChapelSwanseaIn the village of Three Crosses, 3 km SE of Penclawdd. Rubble graveyard wall to front; in-turned entrance with wrought-iron gates and railings, ashlar piers.
IIYork Place Baptist ChapelSwanseaOccupying the middle part of an island site at the E end of Oystermouth Road.
IIBethlehem Congregational ChurchTorfaenSet back off Broad Street behind Bethlehem Court.
IIBlaenavon Evangelical ChurchTorfaenSituated towards the top of Broad Street, on the corner with George Street.
IICapel-llwydTorfaenSituated just to the E of and at the highest point of Mountain Road, N of Upper Cwmbran.
IIChurch of Saint John the DivineTorfaenIn Wainfelin just N of the junction of Penywain Road and Wainfelin Avenue.
IIChurch of St MaryTorfaenTo the east of New Inn about 500m from the junction of The Highway and Jerusalem Lane.
IIChurch of St ThomasTorfaenIn the centre of Talywain standing in an extensive rectangular rubble walled churchyard.
IIChurch of St. CadocTorfaenOn the north side of Penygarn Road to the east of the Church Avenue entrance to Trevethin estate, standing in the south west corner of a roughly rectangular churchyard.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityTorfaenIn a large churchyard, with Mount Pleasant Road to the N, Church Road to the W, and Trinity Road to the E.
IIElim United Reformed ChurchTorfaenIn a walled and gated burial ground, on the S side of Commercial Street in the centre of Cwmbran.
IIHigh Street Baptist ChurchTorfaenBuilt backing into the hillside on a high platform with stone retaining wall and iron railings on a site overlooking Cwmsychan.
IIMerchants Hill Baptist ChurchTorfaenIn the centre of Pontnewynydd, on W side of the A4043 at the junction with Merchants Hill.
IIPontrhydyrun Baptist ChurchTorfaenOn the SW side of Chapel Lane some 100 metres SE of its junction with Edlogan Way.
IISt. Alban's R.C. ChurchTorfaenNorth-west of Pontypool town centre across the relief road.
IITabernacle Baptist ChurchTorfaenSet back from the road at the north end of Penygarn in an area of late Victorian and modern housing but with its own quite extensive cemetery.
IIUpper Trosnant Baptist ChurchTorfaenAt the south end of Pontypool town centre about 40m west of Clarence Street
IIZion Baptist ChapelTorfaenNear the centre of Pontir on the NW side of Station Road.
IIZion Baptist ChurchTorfaenBlaenavon
IIZoar Baptist ChapelTorfaenSet back from the road in a walled and gated burial ground, approximately 1.69 km from Henllys, south of the road junction at Castell-y-bwch.
IIChurch of St DochdwyVale of GlamorganProminently sited on high ground overlooking Cardiff Bay to E and at the junction between Llandough Hill, Penlan Road and Leckwith Road with small village green in front and within a large walled chur
IIAll Saints ChurchVale of GlamorganOn prominent site on SW corner of Park Road and St Nicholas's Road, visible from much of Barry.
IIBethel Baptist ChurchVale of GlamorganAbout 120m north and east of the Town Hall.
IIBethesda'r Fro ChapelVale of GlamorganAbout 2500m east of the Church of St. Illtud on the St. Athan road.
IIBethlehem Baptist ChurchVale of GlamorganOn the main thoroughfare through Corntown on W side of village.
IIBryn Sion Presbyterian ChapelVale of GlamorganLocated on the E side of Pen-y-lan Road on the hillside above the village centre. The chapel is cut into the hillside within its own enclosure of rubble stone walls surmounted by iron railings.
IIChurch of St CannaVale of GlamorganAt the north end of Llangan village.
IIChurch of St FfraidVale of GlamorganIn a sloping churchyard rising from Nant Rhych which forms its N and E border; in the centre of the hamlet; main entrance from E.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistVale of GlamorganAt the W end of the C20 urban development of Sully, the core of the former village, in a large roughly triangular churchyard on a corner site with Cog Road.
IIChurch of St LawrenceVale of GlamorganIn small walled churchyard with stone stile at end of Fort Road, above cliffs of Lavernock Point.
IIChurch of St MaryVale of GlamorganOn the top of St. Mary Down with panoramic views and is itself widely visible.
IIChurch of St PeterVale of GlamorganOn low-lying ground by the Cadoxton River a short distance N of the village centre.
IIChurch of St. John the EvangelistVale of GlamorganAt the south end of the village of Penllyn at the entrance to Penllyn Castle.
IIChurch of St. OwainVale of GlamorganAt the south entrance to the village of Ystrad-owen just to the west of the White Lion PH.
IICroes-y-Parc Baptist ChapelVale of GlamorganS of the village centre, on a slope immediately S of Pont Llanbedr, set in the angle of a V-junction well above road level and fronting a triangular walled cemetery
IIEbenezer Particular Baptist ChapelVale of GlamorganLlandow
IIParish Church of St DochdwyVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of Llandough village, to the S of Llandough castle, within the Castle precincts.
IIParish Church of St MaryVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of St Mary Church village.
IIParish Church of St Mary the VirginVale of GlamorganLocated on the N side of Cardiff road at the W end of the village opposite the Great House, elevated from the road
IIParish Church of St TydfilVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of the village of Llysworney, immediately to the W of the village pond.
IISaron Welsh Congregationalist ChapelVale of GlamorganOn the south side of Treoes village at the junction with the lane to Llangan. Prominently set at the north-west corner of the stone-walled
IISt Joseph's ChurchVale of GlamorganLarge Italian Romanesque style church oriented E-W on prominent site at junction of Wordsworth Avenue and Coleridge Avenue.
IISt Margaret'sVale of GlamorganOn S corner of Victoria Road and Cwrt-y-Vil Road; aligned NE-SW.
IIUnited Free ChurchVale of GlamorganTo rear of No 21 Westgate, in own precinct.
IIAll Saints' ChurchWrexhamSituated in a rectangular walled churchyard in Bryn Pen-y-Lan and reached from a by-road running S off the A539.
IIBerse Drelincourt ChurchWrexhamAlongside the road, 400m approx. W of the Wrexham by-pass.
IIBethlehem Independent ChapelWrexhamProminently sited, close to the junction of Hall Street with Mountain Street, at the NW end of the settlement.
IIBryn EglwysWrexhamThe house is the end of the terrace of brick faced buildings at the beginning of Castle Street, in the centre of Chirk.
IIBryn Seion ChapelWrexhamAlongside the road and prominently sited above the deep valley which forms the boundary between Broughton and Brymbo.
IIBryn Seion Presbyterian ChapelWrexhamSituated in centre of village and in prominent position parallel to road and facing downhill.
IICapel MawrWrexhamClose to the junction of Brook Street and Market Street, in the centre of the village.
IICapel SalemWrexhamA prominent feature of the street, opposite Nant Road.
IICefn Bychan Baptist ChapelWrexhamOn the corner of Newbridge Road and Cae Gwilym Road, immediately below the railway embankment in a small grassed yard.
IIChapel at Wynnstay HallWrexhamSituated NW of Wynnstay Hall.
IIChrist ChurchWrexhamLocated to the north of the B 5102 Chester road as it turns south towards the Alyn Bridge. Reached by a Lych gate with carved bargeboards and an inscription dated 1899.
IIChurch of Saint HilaryWrexhamSituated in Erbistock village close to the banks of the River Dee.
IIChurch of Saint John EvangelistWrexhamIn a wooded churchyard in the angle of Church Road and Cemetery Road.
IIChurch of Saint MaryWrexhamOn the N side of Brymbo.
IIChurch of St AndrewWrexhamSituated some 100m S from Wern Farm on the B5426 from Minera S to Aber-oer.
IIChurch of St FfraidWrexhamOn the E side of a lane which runs N from the centre of Glyn Ceiriog. The lane rises steeply and the church is in a prominent position on the hillside.
IIChurch of St GarmonWrexhamIn a picturesque location in the Ceiriog Valley, on the E edge of the village.
IIChurch of St JamesWrexhamIn a small yard, the apsidal east end facing the street.
IIChurch of St JohnWrexhamIn a large churchyard towards the edge of the built-up area at Rhosymedre.
IIChurch of St MaryWrexhamSituated some 300m NW of the centre of Minera, N of the minor road to Gwynfryn.
IIChurch of St MaryWrexhamAt the end of a lane reached by minor roads N of the A525 and approximately 1.3km WNW of Redbrook road junction.
IIChurch of St Mary MagdeleneWrexhamTowards the middle of the linear village, on the SW side of the road.
IIChurch of St PaulWrexhamSituated in a rectangular churchyard on the W side of a minor road, reached from a series of by-roads running S and SE of the B5130.
IIChurch of St PeterWrexhamTowards the top of Church Road, which is at the NE of Brynteg, running EW between Wrexham Road and Victoria Road
IIChurch of St ThomasWrexhamAt the upper, south-western end of Penycae.
IIChurch of The Holy TrinityWrexhamOn the SE edge of Rhostyllen, in a large church yard on the SE side of Wrexham Road.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityWrexhamIn a churchyard prominently sited to the W of Mold Road on the N side of Gwersyllt.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityWrexhamAn isolated church to the SE of the village, reached by a short drive on the S side of the A495.
IICongregational ChurchWrexhamSituated on an elevated site on the N side of Ruabon with churchyard enclosed by high stone wall. Known as Hill Street Congregational Church.
IIHalton Former Mission ChurchWrexhamThe mission church is located in its own churchyard in the SW quadrant of the cross roads at the centre of the hamlet of Halton.
IIKnolton Mission ChurchWrexhamOn the S side of the lane leading to Knolton Bryn, c300m from the A528.
IIPenuel Baptist ChapelWrexhamProminently sited in the angle of High Street and Campbell Street.
IIPen-y-Bryn Welsh Baptist ChapelWrexhamTowards the right-angled turn in the street which links it with Poplar Road.
IIRoman Catholic Cathedral of St MaryWrexhamOpposite the junction with Grosvenor Road.
IITrevor ChurchWrexhamSituated in the former grounds of, and 200 m SE of Trevor Hall. About 1km west of Trevor.
IITrinity Presbyterian Church of WalesWrexhamIn a triangular site bounded by King Street to the west and Rhosddu Road to the east.

Listed Places of Worship in Swansea

ListingNameCountyDescription
ICapel TabernacleSwanseaOn NE corner of Woodfield Street and Crown Street; on prominent sloping site, visible from large area to E of community. Set in yard with low stone wall with iron railings and gates.
IChurch of St CadocSwanseaIn the hamlet of Cheriton, east of Llanmadoc. Stone churchyard wall on three sides, with iron railing, gate, and lamp arch to east. Concrete path to church door. The grave stone (renewed) of Rev WD Da
IIMount Pisgah ChapelSwanseaIn the village of Parkmill, built into a hillside at the north side of the road. Stone retaining wall at front with central stairs, iron railings and gates.
IIBethel Independent ChapelSwanseaIn Bethel Road, in the centre of Penclawdd village, with its Sunday School to the north.
IIBethesda Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaProminently sited on the north side of the Green at Burry Green.
IIBryn Hyfryd Baptist ChapelSwanseaOn the corner with Bryn Terrace.
IICaersalem Newydd Baptist ChapelSwanseaSituated in a prominent position in the centre of Tirdeunaw at the junction of Llangyfelach Road and Heol Ddu.
IICapel BethelSwanseaSituated to the SW of Llansamlet railway station approximately 70m W of the junction of Bethel Road and Trallwn Road.
IICapel BethlehemSwanseaSet back from the A483 S of its junction with Carmarthen Road, and sited within a large burial ground.
IICapel CalfariaSwanseaSituated near to the centre of Clydach approximately 50m E of the bridge over the Lower Clydach River.
IICapel MoriahSwanseaSituated on the N side of Glebe Road some 60m W of the junction with Woodlands Road.
IICapel SalemSwanseaSituated approximately 120m E of the junction of Cwm Chapel Road and the B5444 and just W of the earlier chapel it was built to replace.
IICapel Salem (old chapel)SwanseaSituated approximately 120m W of the junction of Cwm Chapel Road and Mansel Road; forward to E of the later chapel.
IICapel SaronSwanseaSituated in the centre of Birchgrove some 45m N of the junction of Birchgrove Road and Heol Dulais.
IIChrist ChurchSwanseaGabled front facing S across Oystermouth Road and foreshore, between Argyle Street and Burrows Road, St Helen’s.
IIChurch of All SaintsSwanseaOn the N side of Church Park standing on high ground overlooking Oystermouth village centre to the NE.
IIChurch of Saint CatherineSwanseaSituated on the E side of Gorseinon in a prominent position on the N side of Alexandra Road.
IIChurch of Saint John the BaptistSwanseaIn a prominent position at the E end of the High Street just N of the Swansea Canal and the former Mond Nickel Works.
IIChurch of Saint MarySwanseaAt the W end of the High Street some 75m E of the bridge over the Lower Clydach River.
IIChurch of Saint SamletSwanseaSituated on the W side of Church Road some 335m N of its junction with Samlet Road.
IIChurch of Saint ThomasSwanseaSituated in a prominent position in the centre of St. Thomas between Lewis Street and Maes Street.
IIChurch of St GeorgeSwanseaAt the centre of the village of Reynoldston.
IIChurch of St JohnSwanseaSet back from Church Street, where it changes angle.
IIChurch of St JohnSwanseaOn island at crossroads of Woodfield Street and Morfydd Street.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistSwanseaSet in a railed churchyard with twin E gables facing down Graham Street; W front overlooking valley with St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church opposite.
IIChurch of St Jude & Church HallSwanseaIn a steep hillside position with side to road.
IIChurch of St LukeSwanseaSet on a terraced site across the slope, and looking down to A483 roundabout at Libanus Chapel.
IIChurch of St MadocSwanseaAt W end of village. Rubble stone churchyard wall to south and east; iron gate with iron lamp arch. Graveyard enlarged to north. Cobble paving at entrance.
IIChurch of St MarySwanseaCastle
IIChurch of St MarySwanseaOn the W side of the B4436 N of its junction with an unclassified road to Southgate.
IIChurch of St Michael & all AngelsSwanseaOn the corner with Bohun Street, ground falls steeply to E.
IIChurch of St PaulSwanseaSet back in churchyard near junction with De La Beche Road.
IIChurch of St TeiloSwanseaIn an exposed position in the centre of Caer-eithin on the SE side of the bend in Cheriton Crescent.
IIChurch of the Blessed SacramentSwanseaSituated on the E side of Gorseinon on the S side of Alexandra Road.
IIClyne ChapelSwanseaApproximately 400m SE of Clyne Castle and on the S side of Clyne Gardens.
IIDinas Noddfa Baptist ChapelSwanseaVery prominently sited on terraced hillside overlooking River Tawe and Landore railway viaduct to SE.
IIHope Independent ChapelSwanseaSituated in the centre of Pontarddulais on the NE side of St. Teilo Street opposite the junction with New Road.
IILibanus Baptist ChapelSwanseaFacing modern roundabout at Cae Bricks.
IIMount Calvary Baptist ChapelSwanseaSituated just S of Dan-y-graig Cemetery at the junction of Ysgol Street and Dan-y-graig Road.
IIMount Calvary English Baptist ChapelSwanseaOn a corner site with main front facing N on to Elgin Street.
IIMumbles Methodist ChurchSwanseaProminently sited opposite Oystermouth Square and at the corner of the junction with Dunns Lane.
IIOld Siloh ChapelSwanseaBy roadside immediately W of viaduct on main Swansea - Cardiff railway line.
IIPantgwydir Baptist ChurchSwanseaOn corner with Ernald Place.
IIParish Church of St PaulSwanseaSet into hillside beside new dual carriageway, tall E end to Neath Road.
IIPhiladelphia ChapelSwanseaNear corner with Morris Street, parallel to Globe Street, in railed forecourt.
IIPresbytery at St David's R.C. ChurchSwanseaAdjoining SW corner of church with link building overlapping 2 bays of S aisle.
IIR C Church of St JosephSwanseaTall church building overlooking valley with St John’s Church, Hafod, opposite, long flank to street.
IISeion ChapelSwanseaMorriston
IISiloam Independent ChapelSwanseaAbove the road with terraced forecourt and steps leading up.
IISingleton AbbeySwanseaReached off the main road to The Mumbles; set towards the present NE end of Singleton Park amongst modern University buildings. Terrace to S.
IISt Andrew's United Reformed ChurchSwanseaStrongly designed ecclesiastical building occupying an eye-catching position mid way along St Helen’s Road on the corner of George Street.
IISt James ChurchSwanseaIn churchyard formed by St James’ Crescent and Walter Road.
IISt Paul's ChurchSwanseaOn corner with St Helen’s Avenue.
IISt. David's Priory R.C. ChurchSwanseaWithin modern precinct of St David’s Centre and close to W of roundabout at bottom of Princess Way. E end to Rutland Street. Church orientated N and S.
IISt. Matthew's ChurchSwanseaGable end forward to street with raised churchyard flanking sides and rear. One the site of the medieval chapel of St John the Baptist, rebuilt 1823-4 to designed by Wm Jernegan.
IITabernacle Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaOn the main street of Penclawdd village, facing the part named West End. Stone-walled graveyard at front with cast-iron railings on a plinth wall and cast-iron gates to the front. Modern manse and hou
IITabernacle United Reformed ChurchSwanseaLocated E of the junction between Newton Road and Chapel Street.
IITemple United Reformed ChurchSwanseaThe chapel is set back from the road behind a low enclosure wall of snecked stone surmounted by iron railings with finials. Central double iron gates between square Gothic piers.
IITirzah Baptist ChapelSwanseaIn a lane off Station Road in the hamlet of Llanmorlais. Stone wall perimeter, with wrought iron railings on a low plinth wall to the front. Gate of similar design between cast-iron piers.
IITrinity Presbyterian ChapelSwanseaNorth side of the road leading SE from Llanmadoc to Cheriton. Stone wall to small forecourt, with iron railings and gate.
IIUnitarian ChurchSwanseaSet back from street with gabled porch reached across an open paved forecourt.
IIY Crwys Independent ChapelSwanseaIn the village of Three Crosses, 3 km SE of Penclawdd. Rubble graveyard wall to front; in-turned entrance with wrought-iron gates and railings, ashlar piers.
IIYork Place Baptist ChapelSwanseaOccupying the middle part of an island site at the E end of Oystermouth Road.
II*Church of St DavidSwanseaIn a nearly square graveyard in the farm hamlet of Llanddewi, 4km north of Port Eynon village. Rubble limestone and sandstone graveyard wall with iron gate to south; two stiles.
II*Church of St MarySwanseaAt the centre of Rhossili village. Stone churchyard wall in rubble masonry with some older gravestones built into rear face; timber gates E and W, stile beside E gate.
II*Bethesda Baptist ChurchSwanseaSet below road level in a railed burial ground on the corner with Prince of Wales Road.
II*Capel GellionnenSwanseaSituated in a remote rural position high on Mynydd Gellionen reached down a track off the minor road from Rhyd-y-gwin.
II*Church of St AndrewSwanseaIn the the hamlet of Penrice, 1km SW of Penrice Castle. Churchyard wall in rubble limestone with irregular coping, two stiles, iron gate.
II*Church of St CenyddSwanseaIn the village of Llangennith. Stone churchyard wall; war memorial NE of churchyard is a white marble Celtic cross with interlacing on face. Early C20 timber-framed lychgate to N. To the S is the sit
II*Church of St David and St CyfelachSwanseaSituated near the centre of Llangyfelach just W of the B4489 (Swansea Road) and S of the A48.
II*Church of St IlltydSwanseaIn the village of Ilston, east of the stream, reached by a footbridge. Rubble graveyard wall without coping, opened at south to extension graveyard. Oak gate with adjacent stile at main entrance, two
II*Church of St IlltydSwansea1km from Oxwich village, on a site overlooking Oxwich Bay and reached by the coast footpath. Square churchyard with a stone wall; modern gate.
II*Church of St NicholasSwanseaAt the south side of the road from Penmaen to Penrice. Square chuchyard with gate and stile at the north-west corner.
II*Church of St TeiloSwanseaSituated in a large rectangular churchyard which slopes down to the Bishopston Valley towards the W and is surrounded by trees.
II*Ebenezer Baptist ChapelSwanseaDominant building in a narrow side street off High Street and close to the railway station.
II*Mount Pleasant Baptist ChurchSwanseaProminently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
II*New Siloh Congregational ChapelSwanseaOccupying a prominent corner position at the top of Siloh Hill, long flank elevation to Pentre Treharn Road; ground falls steeply to E.
II*Parish Church of St Rhidian and St IlltydSwanseaAt the centre of Llanrhidian village, surrounded by a rubble limestone churchyard wall with C19 wrought iron gates and three stiles. Macadam path, cobbles at porch.

Listed Places of Worship in Powys

ListingNameCountyDescription
IChurch of All SaintsPowysLocated at the junction of the main Shrewsbury to Welshpool road and the B4388, the Leighton Road, near the crossing of the River Severn.
IChurch of Saint CynogPowysSituated in large churchyard in the centre of Defynnog village.
IChurch of Saint DavidPowysSituated some 1.2 km NW of Trecastle, on N side of A40, and E side of road to Tirabad.
IChurch of Saint DavidPowysIn a prominent position in Llanddew, in the churchyard just W of the crossroads in the centre of the village.
IChurch of Saint MaryPowysAbove the road in a steeply climbing churchyard.
IChurch of Saint MatthewPowysIn the churchyard in the centre of Llandefalle some 900m W of the A470.
IChurch of St AelhaiarnPowysLocated within a large oval raised graveyard at the centre of the village.
IChurch of St BiloPowysIn a prominent position in the centre of the village of Llanfilo.
IChurch of St CewyddPowysIn a walled churchyard on the E bank of the River Ithon, and the S side of a minor road between Howey and Newbridge-on-Wye, approximately 1.7km WSW of Howey.
IChurch of St DavidPowysIn a round churchyard approximately 250m SW of the village centre and on the N side of the road through the village.
IChurch of St EllywePowysLocated at the head of the Cwm Rhyd-Ellywe, within a raised oval walled churchyard, on a small plateau beneath the Rh_s fawr.
IChurch of St Issui, PartrishowPowysIsolated hillside church on W side of Afon Grwyne Fawr.
IChurch of St MelangellPowysIn the upper part of Cwm Pennant, close to the confluence of Cwm Nant-ewyn. Preaching cross shaft in churchyard, reused as sundial pillar. Stone churchyard wall with lychgate and stile.
IChurch of St MichaelPowysSited in large churchyard, with a few chest tombs, uphill from road junction in middle of the settlement.
IChurch of St Michael and All AngelsPowysLocated within a circular churchyard on the N side of the Square, at the centre of Kerry village.
IChurch of St SilinPowysAt centre of Llansilin village. Stone-walled churchyard with iron gates at west to High Street; prominent War Memorial of Celtic Cross form; sundial.
IChurch of St. Mary MagdalenePowysCentral position in small hamlet of Bleddfa. Nearly circular churchyard set back from triangular green on north side of A488. Ancient site, traditionally founded by the Irish saint Brendan in C6.
IMaesyronnen United Reformed ChapelPowysThe chapel and adjoining cottage lie at the end of a lane off the road from the A.438 Hereford to Brecon Road to Ffynnon Gynnydd, near the top of a steep bank and overlooking the Cilcenni Dingle.
IParish Church of Saint NicholasPowysSituated in large churchyard bounded on S and E by Church Bank.
IParish Church of St MaryPowysSituated in open churchyard above B4594, on NW side of village centre.
IParish Church of St StephenPowysOld Radnor
IParish Church of St Tysilio and St MaryPowysLocated near the centre of the extensive 3.6ha (9-acre) churchyard, within the village of Meifod.
ISt Andrew's ChurchPowysIn a spacious churchyard close to the River Lugg with Broad Street low down east and Church Street to north-west.
IIRoman Catholic Church of St MichaelPowysOn the corner with St Michael Street.
IIAberhosan Independent ChapelPowysSituated on the W edge of Aberhosan on the N side of the minor road through the village.
IIAll Saints ChurchPowysIsolated building on W side of Mochdre, within a churchyard.
IIAll Saint's ChurchPowysOn the street line opposite the junction with Llanllwchaiarn Road.
IIAlpha Presbyterian ChurchPowysOccupies prominent site overlooking The Groe.
IIBaptist Chapel (capel-y-ffin)PowysThe Chapel stands in its own small grounds behind the Church of St Mary.
IIBaptist ChurchPowysAt corner of Norton Street and Russell Street with doorways to both sides.
IIBethabara Baptist ChapelPowysSituated in a burial ground at the bottom of the street close to Crickhowell Bridge.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelPowysSet back on the W side of the B4520 on the bank of the Nant y Groes some 700m N of Pwllgloyw.
IIBethel Baptist ChurchPowysBy roadside on E-W public street through village.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysSituated approximately 200m W of the centre of Llanfihangel Nant Bran and some 150m N of the bridge over the Nant Bran.
IIBethel ChapelPowysThe chapel is located at an angle to the road, at the entrance to Bont Dolgadfan village from the B 4518, behind the house Tan-y-capel. The schoolroom and meeting room are attached by a lean-to roof
IIBethesda ChapelPowysLocated in a prominent position in the fork of two roads, between the centre of Llangattock village and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
IIBethlehem ChapelPowysLocated alongside the main road to Meifod, 550m from Neuadd Bridge junction with the A458. The main entrance is approached directly from the road by a cobbled path, the forecourt is enclosed by cast
IIBettws Penpont ChurchPowysSituated in churchyard N of the A40, reached from Penpont main drive.
IIBilidu Calvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysIn the village of Pentre-bach 4km N of Sennybridge. On rising ground to W of village centre.
IIBont Dolgadfan Independent ChapelPowysLocated near the centre of Bont Dolgadfan, beside the road leading to Ty-gwyn farm. The chapel is set lengthwise and above the road, behind its railed forecourt set on the retaining wall.
IIBrecon Presbyterian ChurchPowysSet back from road, opposite Conway Street.
IIBronydd Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on sloping site approximately 100 metres south-east of the A 438 and 2km north-east of Clyro.
IIBryneglwysPowysSituated opposite S entry to churchyard.
IIBrynglwysPowysLocated opposite church gates, on the corner of Back Lane, and attached to Rosendaal. Short front garden enclosed by railings set on a low stone wall.
IICae-Bach ChapelPowysReached by a short lane north off Brookland Road leading to Caebach. Chapel set back to the west of this lane at the end of a gated pathway with small graveyard to the front. The ground falls away s
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelPowysLlanidloes
IICapel AdfaPowysThe chapel is prominently sited in the centre of Adfa village.
IICapel AnnibynnolPowysOn the SE edge of the town, set well back from the road beyond burial ground.
IICapel Beili HeulogPowysSituated in an extremely isolated position in the Nant yr Offeiriad valley some 2 km W of Gwenddwr, reached by a track from Groeswen farm.
IICapel BethelPowysIn a prominent location near the centre of the town adjacent to the bridge over the River Irfon. The entrance faces the road (E) and the S side faces Victoria Square. To the W is an adjoining house,
IICapel CarmelPowysLocated in the hamlet of Carmel, to the SW of Llanllugan and Adfa.
IICapel NewbridgePowysNear the confluence of Afon Efyrnwy and Afon Banwy, to south-east of New Bridge Mechain, about 2.5km SW of Meifod.
IICapel PenielPowysSituated at W end of Carno village, opposite road to Llanllugan and Laura Ashley factory. Set back from the road and bounded by a wall on N, E and W sides.
IICapel SalemPowysSituated on the N edge of Llansilin, on the E side of a minor road N from the B4580.
IICapel SammahPowysSituated on the S side of the minor road through Cwm Llinau some 150m E of the A470.
IICapel SardisPowysSituated on E side of the Cwm Camlais lane about 3 km S of junction with A40 opposite Abercamlais drive.
IICapel SaronPowysSituated at a junction of minor roads some 1.8 km south-east of Pont Dolanog. Stone walls to road with Victorian letterbox. The chapel and house are approached from the crossroads corner of the site.
IICapel Saron MCPowysLocated on rising ground on the W side of the narrowed valley of the Afon Garno, within the scattered village of Pont-dôl-goch.
IICapel SoarPowysSituated in Soar hamlet, on bank on W side of lane.
IICapel y CraigPowysSituated at right angles to both Heol Powys to S and Graig Fach to N; faces W. The main entrance is from Heol Powys.
IICemetery ChapelPowysLocated at the centre of the cemetery, near the centre of Guilsfield.
IICemetery Chapel (NW)PowysIn the cemetery about 1km to NW of town centre. This chapel to NW of circular turning area in cemetery.
IICemetery Chapel (SE)PowysIn the cemetery about 1km to NW of town centre. This chapel to SE of circular turning area in cemetery.
IIChapel at AberclydachPowysOn the S slope of Cwm Clydach, W of the hamlet of Aberclydach, opposite the Quarryworkers Cottages.
IIChapel at Bronllys HospitalPowysSituated in open ground to the west of Bronllys; the chapel lies to the south of the widely spaced pavilions making up the former tuberculosis sanatorium.
IIChrist Church Parish ChurchPowysIn the centre of the village, set at the top of a sloping rubble-walled churchyard.
IIChurch of All SaintsPowysIn a large rectangular churchyard near the S end of the village.
IIChurch of Saint BeunoPowysSet back from the street in a churchyard of roughly circular shape.
IIChurch of Saint CynogPowysOn the W side of Battle in a churchyard S of the road through the village.
IIChurch of Saint John EvangelistPowysOn the west side of the A483, 2km approx NE of Welshpool.
IIChurch of Saint MaryPowysSituated on the N side of the road junction in the centre of Talachddu.
IIChurch of Saint Mary and Saint CynidrPowysAt Aberyscir S of the Trallong to Cradoc road some 50m NE of Aberyscir Court.
IIChurch of Saint TeiloPowysSituated in centre of Llandeilo'r Fan village.
IIChurch of St AfanPowysSet in a large churchyard adjacent to the main road and opposite the Red Lion Inn. In a very prominent position with fine views all around.
IIChurch of St BridePowysTo S of B 4515 Elan Valley road. In large churchyard above River Wye, with early C19 tombstones, and iron gates to road.
IIChurch of St BrynachPowysIn a prominent position in the centre of the village of Llanfrynach.
IIChurch of St CadfanPowysIn the village of Llangadfan to south of the Afon Banwy. The church stands a little east of centre in a churchyard surrounded by a wall in slatey stone; gate to west, steps down to field at south. W
IIChurch of St CadfarchPowysLocated towards the W end of the village, set back from the N side of the main road.
IIChurch of St CattwgPowysSituated in a prominent position in Llanspyddid village on S side of A40.
IIChurch of St CedwynPowysOn S side of B 4396, in large churchyard (extended 1870), opposite the entrance to Llangedwyn Hall. Stone churchyard wall with iron gates.
IIChurch of St Cynidr and St PeterPowysLocated on elevated ground parallel to the main Hay-on-Wye to Brecon road, the churchyard originally bounded on the SE side by the railway.
IIChurch of St CynlloPowysIn a round churchyard on the hillside N of the village centre.
IIChurch of St CynogPowysThe church is located near the centre of a large circular graveyard, at the centre of the small village of Boughrood.
IIChurch of St CynogPowysAt centre of the village of Llangynog at edge of the river floodplain, in a raised churchyard enclosed by a tall wall with steps and iron gates to the south. Tablet of 1791 in wall at north of churchy
IIChurch of St CynonPowysLocated on raised ground on W side of village, overlooking Bechan valley. The church is sited in a churchyard with rubble retaining wall to S.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysIn a round churchyard on the N side of the road through the village.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysAn isolated church within a round churchyard approximately 6.2km ENE of Aberedw.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysWithin a churchyard on the N side of a minor road between Knucklas and Llangunllo, approximately 1.3km WNW of Knucklas village.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysThe settlement of Llanddewi'r Cwm is about 2km S of Builth Wells on B4250. The church stands in a large churchyard on SE side of the road.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysIsolated position 3.2 kilometres south west of Painscastle, reached along pathway from Cwm.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysOn S side of road through village, in churchyard with views over River Usk, towards the Brecon Beacons.
IIChurch of St DavidPowysLies on the edge of Whitton Village, 150 yards north-west from the crossroads just off the B4356 Presteigne - Llangunllo Road.
IIChurch of St David or St LlyrPowysThe church stands in a churchyard on the S side of a bend in the Afon Irfon. It is reached down a long track N off a minor road some 3.5km W of Builth Wells.
IIChurch of St David, LlanfaesPowysOn corner with Bailihelig Road. In churchyard with late C18 and early C19 gravestones
IIChurch of St DubriciusPowysSituated in churchyard on W side of Gwenddwr village.
IIChurch of St FfraedPowysOn rising ground just above the main road to Brecon which passes beneath it to W close by the River Usk, set in a roughly rectangular walled churchyard.
IIChurch of St GarmonPowysThe church is set at the centre of the nucleated village, in the sub-rectangular former bailey of the castle, with a motte at the N corner. The motte is a scheduled ancient monument, 6/2203/Mg117.
IIChurch of St JohnPowysIn a churchyard on the W side of the road, 0.9km N of Builth Road station.
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistPowysIn the centre of Tretower on S side of A479 and N of Tretower Court. The site occupies a triangular plot surrounded by minor roads.
IIChurch of St LlonioPowysLocated immediately N of the village centre, on a spur jutting into the Severn valley, and within a fortified promontory fort, the defensive bank forming, until recently, the N boundary of the churchy
IIChurch of St LlonioPowysLocated immediately N of the village centre, on a spur jutting into the Severn valley, and within a fortified promontory fort, the defensive bank forming, until recently, the N boundary of the churchy
IIChurch of St MaritiusPowysSituated in small churchyard, reached by short lane up to NW from A470 some 120m N of Abernant.
IIChurch of St MaryPowysSet above the road in a large, partly embanked enclosure with numerous chest tombs.
IIChurch of St MaryPowysLlanfair Caereinion
IIChurch of St MaryPowysSituated on N side of lane, some 1.8km W of Llanfrynach village.
IIChurch of St Mary The VirginPowysIn an isolated position just outside the hamlet of Snead, to the S of the main A 489, 5km from Churchstoke. The church occupies the centre of a small rectangular churchyard which is raised above the
IIChurch of St MatthewPowysSet back from the road in a walled churchyard approximately 1km NE of Builth Wells.
IIChurch of St MeiligPowysThe church is set in an oval churchyard at the centre of the small village, standing back from the A.438 Brecon to Hereford road.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysLocated beside the main road from Forden to Gaer, 500m W of its junction with the main A490 from Welshpool to Montgomery.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysIsolated setting about 2.5km (1+ miles) E of Llandrindod Wells, close under the banks of Ceffnlys Castle. Formerly the centre of Ceffnlys borough, a now deserted village.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysSituated in the centre of the village of Llanfihangel Nant Bran.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysLocated in the centre of the village within a large rectangular churchyard.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysOccupies an elevated position in the centre of Discoed, to the south of the castle mound.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysThe church is set within a polygonal churchyard adjacent to the main road, surrounded by a number of yew trees.
IIChurch of St MichaelPowysStands above the SE bank of Llangorse Lake and just below the main road between Bwlch and Llangors in a steeply sloping churchyard bordered to E by a stone wall with railings and gatepiers.
IIChurch of St Michael and All AngelsPowysSituated on rising ground just N of the main village thoroughfare, the churchyard sloping E to the River Tawel.
IIChurch of St NicholasPowysThe church stands in a large circular churchyard in a raised position overlooking the confluence of the Rivers Caebitra and Camlad in a central position within the village.
IIChurch of St PadarnPowysSet back in a churchyard on the W side of the A483, approximately 0.5km S of the village centre.
IIChurch of St PadarnPowysWithin a churchyard on the N bank of the River Edw, N of Llanbadarn-y-garreg bridge.
IIChurch of St PaulPowysLocated on sloping ground of a narrow valley, at a sharp bend of the road. The small church is approached from gates through an avenue of trees, installed and planted to commemorate the 1887 Golden J
IIChurch of St Peter and St IlltydPowysSituated down lane running S from A40, just E of Peterstone Court.
IIChurch of St StephenPowysLocated near the crest of the hill, with extensive views SE over the valley of the Wye, and is set towards the N end of its large ovoid churchyard.
IIChurch of St TeclaPowysSet in a raised churchyard away from main road.
IIChurch of St TydechoPowysSet in a roughly circular churchyard at the N end of the village.
IIChurch of St. CadwaladrPowysAt south side of Ffordd Sugn, 2 km north of Moelfre. The churchyard is entered by iron gates in a stone wall at north and west, and is hedged and fenced elsewhere. Many chest tombs. Considerable numbe
IIChurch of St. CynlloPowysElevated position in centre of Llangunllo village.
IIChurch of St. ErfylPowysLlanerfyl
IIChurch of St. GwendolinePowysLocated immediately NE of the centre of the village, approximately 60m from the A.470.
IIChurch of St. MaryPowysLocated behind the road side development of Church Street, adjacent to the large moated manorial site.
IIChurch of St. PeterPowysOccupying an elevated position about 300m N of Evenjobb village; above the road leading to Whitton.
IIChurch of St. TysilioPowysIsolated position, set back from Welshpool to Oswestry Road, one mile south of Llanymynech.
IIChurch of St. TyssilPowysLocated on the NW side of the village on flat ground, between the rectory and the school.
IIChurch of St.GwynnogPowysAt the E end of the village, N of the B4568 and the Severn Valley, in a slightly raised position.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityPowysProminently situated in the Penrhos valley
IICil ChapelPowysOn the W side of the B4385 Castle Caereinion Road, 1km approx. NW of Berriew village.
IIEbenezer United Reformed ChurchPowysSet back and high above the road with small grassed and railed churchyard to front rubble embankment wall.
IIGlasbury Methodist ChurchPowysLocated along the side the road from Glasbury to Boughrood, at the eastern edge of the hamlet of Cwmbach, within its narrow graveyard which extends further to the W
IIGlasbury United Reformed ChapelPowysThe chapel is situated in a walled enclosure at the centre of the SE side of The Green, with its gable facing on to the Green.
IIGosen ChapelPowysBetween Rivers Irfon and Dulas. On S side of road about 250m east of road junction.
IIHebron Congregational ChapelPowysSituated in graveyard on S side of village square at Crickadarn.
IIHepzibah Baptist ChapelPowysSituated above village on W side of lane to Crickadarn some 130m S from A470.
IIHermon Congregational ChapelPowysPainscastle
IIHodley United Reformed ChurchPowysLocated on the E side of the road from Kerry to Abermiwl, within the small hamlet of Hodley.
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchPowysSituated in the upper part of the town to the north-east of the Grand Pavilion and recreation ground.
IIHope ChapelPowysSituated on the N side of the A481 approximately 4.5km NE of Builth Wells towards Hundred House.
IIHoreb Congregational ChurchPowysSet opposite parish church in small railed yard.
IILlanidloes Baptist ChapelPowysLlanidloes
IILlyswen Presbyterian ChurchPowysLocated within its own linear churchyard, alongside the main Builth to Crickhowell Road, just beyond the S end of Llyswen village. The churchyard has a stone wall with a gate opening along the road f
IIMaengwyn ChapelPowysDetached nearer the western end of the street. Railed and walled forecourt.
IIMaesyrhelm Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on the hillside on the W side of the Afon Ithon reached from the A483 by a minor road over Maes-yr-helm Bridge.
IIMemorial Baptist ChapelPowysOn prominent corner site, opposite St Mary's churchyard, set behind low railed wall.
IIMethodist Church (Presteigne)PowysSet back from the street with a walled and railed forecourt.
IIMoity ChapelPowysLocated on the N side of the road from Llowes to Painscastle, near the junction of the lane to Gogia. Set in a small burial ground.
IIMontgomery Presbyterian ChurchPowysSituated near the centre of Montgomery, on the E side of Princes Street, just S of its junction with Arthur Street.
IIMoriah ChapelPowysSet back from the W side of the road through Abergwesyn and reached by a short path. The entrance is to the W end.
IIMoriah Eglwys Presbyteraidd CymruPowysLocated at the corner of Bridge Street and High Street at the centre of the town.
IIOld Church of St. TyssilPowysLocated on a hillside to the SE of Llandyssil village. The remains of the church are within a roughly circular graveyard which is still in use.
IIOlewydd Congregational ChapelPowysSet back from the main road with its own burial ground, approximately 0.9km W of Llanfechan Church.
IIPantycelyn Baptist ChapelPowysAn isolated chapel 2.6km NW of Eglwys Oen Duw, set above the E side of a minor road between Beulah and Abergwesyn.
IIParish Church of St DavidPowysIn a spacious churchyard in a prominent position facing New Church Street.
IIParish Church of St EigonPowysSituated on rising ground in an elevated position overlooking Llanigon.
IIParish Church of St LlwchaiarnPowysIn a large triangular churchyard on the roadside.
IIParish church of St MaryPowysFormerly listed under West Street.
IIParish Church of St PeterPowysTo N of the town centre.
IIParish Church of St ThomasPowysAt west of the village of Penybontfawr, in a large stone-walled churchyard.
IIParish Church of St TydechoPowysOn a small hill to the north-west of the village of Foel. Stone churchyard wall; iron gate at north.
IIPenarth Independent ChapelPowysLocated 2km to the S of Llanfair Caereinion on a minor road, NE of Gibbett Hill. The Chapel has a narrow forecourt on the SE with cast iron railings and a central gate. The graveyard lies behind the
IIPenmyarth Park ChapelPowysIn Penmyarth Park approximately 550m W of Glanusk Bridge, on N side of River Usk. The church is surrounded by railings.
IIPennal Independent ChapelPowysIn the Llyfnant Valley on the N side of Glaspwll, fronting a group of 2 farm buildings at Cae Saer. A farmyard boundary wall adjoins the NW angle of the chapel, with a gate to the S. The farm buildi
IIPentre Llifior ChapelPowysOn the road from Berriew to Bettws Cedewain, 5km approx SW of Berriew village.
IIPenuel ChapelPowysApproximately 1km NNE of Cwmdu church on N side of minor road from A479 to Cwm Rhos. The chapel is within a walled graveyard with a steep embankment at rear.
IIPenuel ChapelPowysIn the centre of Llangors village opposite the church.
IIPen-yr-heol ChapelPowysLocated on the elevated plateau, below the Black Mountain peak Twmpa, within its well-furnished graveyard.
IIPresbyterian ChapelPowysSituated on a downhill slope, between the Radnor District Council Offices and the Albert Hall.
IIPresbyterian ChapelPowysThe building lies on the E side of a cul-de-sac, formerly the road to Tir y Mynach township.
IIRC Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St TheresePowysTowards SE end of built-up area of Presteigne; attached to Greenfield House.
IISalem Baptist ChapelPowysBetween Bear Street and Oxford Road
IISardis Independent ChapelPowysSituated near the centre of Ystradgynlais on the N side of the Afon Tawe just NE of the junction of Commercial Street and Heol Giedd.
IISion Baptist ChapelPowysSituated on the E side of Sennybridge on the S side of the A40 some 100m W of the bridge over the Afon Senni.
IISt John's ChapelPowysOn an island site with St John's Place to right; set in the slope.
IISt MaelogPowysIn the centre of a former churchyard on the S side of Llandefaelog-tre'r-graig some 1.8km S of Tredomen.
IISt Mary's Parish ChurchPowysOn the W edge of the town, beside the Norman motte.
IISt. Edward's ChurchPowysWithin an elevated churchyard above the River Teme to north-east of the Town centre.
IISt. Idloes Parish ChurchPowysAt the NW edge of town. Churchyard to S and River Severn below to N.
IISt. Mary's ChurchPowysThis chapel-of-ease to Llanigon Church stands in a small churchyard adjacent to the lane, accompanied by a number of ancient yew-trees.
IISt. Myllin's ChurchPowysSet back from High Street almost opposite the Council House.
IISychnant Presbyterian ChurchPowysSituated facing NE some 30m W of a junction of a minor road and the B4518 approximately 3km N of Pant-y-dwr.
IITabernacl Baptist ChapelPowysApproximately 1km NNW of Felinfach on E side of minor road. Set back from road in graveyard with good C19 memorials. Aligned roughly N-S, with entrance facing S.
IITabernacle ChapelPowysTo SW of the town centre. On a levelled site above the road near junction with Church Street; to R of Old Police Station.
IITan House ChapelPowysLies on west side of Tan House crossroads alongside by-road to Dolau.
IIThe Monastery Church (Capel-y-Ffin)PowysLlanigon
IIThe Old ChapelPowysApproximately 3.3km N of Llanbedr church, on N side of a minor road and on R bank of Grwyne Fechan.
IITreble Hill Baptist ChapelPowysLocated in a conspicuous position on the Brecknock end of the causeway to Glasbury bridge, with its entrance gable behind a narrow forecourt facing the road.
IIUnited Reformed ChurchPowysProminently sited on the corner of Park Street with New Church Street.
IIUniversal Pentecostal ChurchPowysAbove Mount Street, adjacent to Christ Church churchyard.
IIWatergate Baptist ChurchPowysSet back from Street next to Afon Honddu.
IIWelshpool Baptist ChurchPowysChelsea Lane runs at right-angles to the S side of High Street.
IIYardro ChapelPowysAt road junction near Yardro and about 1.25km SW of Harpton.
IIYr Hen GapelPowysLocated on the E side of the hamlet of Dol-fâch, above the railway line. The chapel is approached by a flight of wide steps between walls, leading to the railed forecourt. The manse lies behind the
IIZion Baptist ChapelPowysSituated in the centre of Cwmbelan village on the N side of the main street, now by-passed by the A470.
IIZoar ChapelPowysSituated on the western side of Tretower at the junction between the lane into the village and that up to the A479. Set back behind railed forecourt with gates and gate-piers.
II*Capel SeionPowysSituated on the N side of the square just W of the bridge in the centre of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.
II*Carmel Independent ChapelPowysSet back on the N side of a minor road N of the A44, approximately 2km ENE of Nantmel.
II*Christ ChurchPowysOn the edge of Powis Castle Park, prominently sited above the town.
II*Church of All SaintsPowysIsolated building high up on Long Mountain and situated E of a minor road between Leighton and Marton. The church is reached down a private track and has a woodland plantation to its E.
II*Church of Holy TrinityPowysIsolated position 4km north east of Clyro, and 1.5km west of Rhydspence.
II*Church of Michael & All AngelsPowysWithin a churchyard on the W side and set above the B4355, entered from a lane on the S side.
II*Church of Saint AndrewPowysOn the E side of the B4355 at the N end of the village.
II*Church of Saint CadmarchPowysSituated on rocky spur between Irfon and Cammarch rivers, NW of the railway.
II*Church of Saint CynogPowysIn a prominent position in the centre of Merthyr Cynog village.
II*Church of Saint DavidPowysIn large churchyard at junction of minor roads at Garthbrengy.
II*Church of Saint MaelogPowysIn a prominent position in the centre of Llandefaelog Fach between the B4520 and the Afon Honddu.
II*Church of Saint MaryPowysIn the churchyard in the centre of the village of Ystradfellte.
II*Church of Saint Michael and All AngelsPowysOrientated south west/north east in rubble-walled subcircular churchyard in village centre.
II*Church of St AnnoPowysIn a churchyard set down on the W side of the A483 on the SW side of the entrance to Glanrafon Farm
II*Church of St BeunoPowysLocated in a circular churchyard, on high ground overlooking the village of Bettws Cedewain.
II*Church of St CattwgPowysLocated at the N end of the village, 0.6km from Crickhowell Bridge. In an oval churchyard with a lych gate to the SW.
II*Church of St CenauPowysOn E side of a minor road through Llangenny, and W side of Afon Grwyne, in a walled churchyard.
II*Church of St CewyddPowysWithin a churchyard on the S side of the road through the village and on the N side of the River Edw.
II*Church of St CurigPowysOn the SW side of the village, reached from the main road and set down towards the N bank of the River Wye.
II*Church of St CynlloPowysOccupying a steep site in the centre of the village, on the S side of the B4356
II*Church of St CynywPowysIn the hamlet of Llangyniew, about 4 km south-east of Pontrobert. Churchyard originally circular, extended in 1926 and defined by walls and railings. The building is oriented north-east (but conventio
II*Church of St DavidPowysElevated and largely isolated setting. The church is set into the hill slope above the by-road from Gladestry to Glascwm.
II*Church of St DavidPowysIn a churchyard above and on the W side of the main road through the hamlet.
II*Church of St DavidPowysLocated in an exceptional setting in the Irfon valley just above the confluence with the Nant Lletgwial. Set in a large circular churchyard with many monuments.
II*Church of St DogfanPowysIn the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, in a large churchyard now principally entered by a C20 lychgate at north; stone churchyard wall and railings. Gates at west and south.
II*Church of St DyfrigPowysProminently sited in a raised circular churchyard on the NW side of the village.
II*Church of St FfraidPowysAt north-east of the village, in an elevated situation; churchyard mostly stone-walled, with iron gates. Iron railings at Vicarage side. Sundial near porch.
II*Church of St GastynPowysVery near the S edge of Llangorse Lake and adjacent to the Old School.
II*Church of St GwendolinePowysLocated on a small plateau above the village, at the junction of Church Street with School Street.
II*Church of St Gwynog/CynogPowysThe church is located in a raised oval churchyard at the centre of the village of Llanwnog, which was later extended to the S to border the B.4568.
II*Church of St LlwchaiarnPowysLocated on a narrow lane 400m N of Llanmerewig village to the east of Church Farm. The church is situated in an oval churchyard bounded by a masonry wall.
II*Church of St MaryPowysLocated in a prominent position in the small village of Llanllugan within a roughly circular churchyard.
II*Church of St MaryPowysLocated approximately 3.2 kilometres S of Llanbrynmair on the B 4518, and set in an oval churchyard on a small hill.
II*Church of St MaryPowysWithin a churchyard in the centre of the village, on the W side of Cwm Poeth brook.
II*Church of St MaryPowysProminently sited at centre of old town.
II*Church of St MaryPowysSituated in the centre of Crickadarn village, on W side of village square, in circular raised churchyard.
II*Church of St MaryPowysIn the centre of the small hamlet, on flat low land bordered by a stream to N.
II*Church of St MaryPowysBeautifully located on a prominent platform site on the lower slopes of Bryn Glas, lying just above Pilleth Court and the B4356 Presteigne to Llangunllo road.
II*Church of St MeuganPowysAt Llanfeugan, in an isolated position SW of the hamlet of Pencelli, on the W bank of a deep-cutting stream, surrounded by an elliptical churchyard with stone stile entrance.
II*Church of St MichaelPowysElevated site, sub-circular churchyard, reached along by-road running N from Rhosgoch.
II*Church of St MichaelPowysProminently sited at the N end of Cwmdu village, on E side of A479, and surrounded by churchyard.
II*Church of St MichaelPowysIn a round churchyard on the E side of a minor road approximately 2km N of Llanyre.
II*Church of St MichaelPowysSecluded setting at the head of the long narrow Cascob valley below the slopes of Radnor Forest. Approached by the valley road from Discoed crossroads.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsPowysSituated at foot of N face of Breidden Hill.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsPowysThe church stands centrally in the formerly oval churchyard, at the centre of the village. The churchyard, which was extended c.1926, has a lych-gate (q.v.) and a granite war memorial in the S corner
II*Church of St PadarnPowysIn a churchyard on the W side of the road approximately 0.6km S of the main road junction in Crossgates.
II*Church of St PaulinusPowysSituated in the centre of Llangors Village on low lying ground bordered on N by Nant Cwy; in a rectangular churchyard, partly walled, entered through gate at SW.
II*Church of St PeterPowysIsolated position 1+ miles west of Painscastle village.
II*Church of St PeterPowysIn the centre of Llanbedr village and within a walled churchyard.
II*Church of St TettaPowysIn the scattered hamlet of Llanddetty, E of the canal and the valley road and close to the S bank of the River Usk; reached by a path down through the sloping churchyard from lychgate by road.
II*Church of St TrunioPowysLocated on S side of road, at centre of village, within its large churchyard.
II*Church of St. GarmonPowysIn a circular churchyard at the centre of the village of Llanfechain. Stone churchyard wall, lychgate at south. Sundial shaft near path to church.
II*Church of the Holy TrinityPowysProminently sited on E side of the Severn valley, beside a minor road on E side of B4388, and at N entrance to Leighton Farm. The church is sited within a walled churchyard.
II*Church to St TeiloPowysAt the N side of a banked circular churchyard high above the River Wye.
II*Cwmhir AbbeyPowysIn a field approximately 250m SSE of the parish church and on the N side of the Clywedog Brook.
II*Eglwys Oen DuwPowysOn the E side of a minor road between Beulah and Abergwesyn, approximately 1.2km NW of Beulah village.
II*Parish Church of St WddynPowys300 m east of the Vyrnwy Dam, in a grassed churchyard in which there are apparently no burials; iron railings and gates.
II*Plough United Reformed ChurchPowysNear S end of Lion Street, set back.
II*Sion United Reformed ChurchPowysImpressively sited well back from the road with raised lawns either side of central footpath.
II*St Edmunds King & Marthyr Parish ChurchPowysIn an elevated and oval-shaped churchyard to W of Town Centre.

Listed Places of Worship in Newport

ListingNameCountyDescription
IChurch of St MaryNewportIn large churchyard in centre of Nash village.
IChurch of St ThomasNewportAt village centre, opposite village hall and Rose Inn.
IParish Church of St PeterNewportLocated at the centre of Peterstone village, set back from the road, opposite the Six Bells Public House.
IIParish Church of St DubritiusNewportLocated at the centre of Llanvaches village, surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping and stone stile to S side.
IISummerhill Baptist ChurchNewportOn the hillside NE of Maindee centre.
IIBethel ChapelNewportAlmost opposite School Lane; on corner with Wesley Place.
IICastleton Baptist ChurchNewportProminently located on corner of the A48 and Marshfield Road. Front is bounded by a dwarf wall with railings and pyramidal capped piers with dentil cornices; low rubble wall to side.
IIChurch of Ss David, Julian and AaronNewportOn the southern approach to the Market Place at the centre of Caerleon.
IIChurch of St John the EvangelistNewportOn the hillside above the centre of the suburb of Maindee, the W front facing Kensington Place, within a walled grassed enclosure; main entrances with gatepiers at W and SW.
IIChurch of St MaryNewportNear junction with School Lane.
IIChurch of St Mary MagdaleneNewportTo rear of Farmers' Arms public house, in churchyard with stump of medieval cross, and C19 chest and table tombs.
IIChurch of the Holy SpiritNewportAbout 30m west of the junction with Isca Road.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityNewportIn the centre of Christchurch village high on the ridge on the south side of the Usk valley.
IIHavelock Street ChapelNewportOn corner of Havelock Street and North Street.
IILlanthewy Road Baptist ChurchNewportSituated in a residential area W of the city centre on a sloping site on the corner of Llanthewy Road and Burleigh Road, the main frontage set back behind a walled and railed courtyard.
IIParish Church of LangstoneNewportLocated on the E side of Langstone Lane leading from Langstone to Llanwern..
IIParish Church of St CadwaladrNewportLocated to the N of road leading from Bishton village to Llanwern, set back from the road along a driveway leading to the Rectory.
IIParish Church of St John the BaptistNewportLocated immediately to the SE of Penhow Castle, reached via a long track leading S from the A48, enclosed by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St MartinNewportLocated at the centre of Llanmartin village, set back from the road and bounded by a low rubble wall.
IIParish Church of St. MaryNewportSet back from the E side of Malpas Road, within a large churchyard, entered via a prominent lychgate.
IISt Mark’s ChurchNewportProminently located on the S side of Gold Tops within large sloping site between Gold Tops and Serpentine Road.
IISt Mary RC PresbyteryNewportTo S (right) of front of church.
IISt Michael's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportLocated on the corner of Clarence Street and St Michael's Street.
IISt Patrick's Roman Catholic ChurchNewportProminently situated some 10 m E of junction with Fairfax Road.
IISt Paul’s ChurchNewportOn corner with Palmyra Place.
IITabernacle ChapelNewportLocated on the N side of the A48, approximately 1km E of The Rock and Fountain Inn. Set back from the road with the Memorial Hall incorporated at the W end.
II*Church of Saint BasilNewportOn the E side of Bassaleg, on the N side of the churchyard some 75m W of the Afon Ebwy.
II*Church of Saint MichaelNewportIn a prominent position in the centre of Lower Machen Conservation Area.
II*Church of SS Julius and AaronNewportAt the northern end of St Julians Avenue on the junction with Heather Road.
II*Church of St. CadocNewportIn the centre of Caerleon village immediately north of The Roman Legionary Museum.
II*Parish Church of St BridgetNewportLocated on the W side of Church Road, opposite Church Farm, set down a small track.
II*Parish Church of St MaryNewportSet on the N side of Church Lane opposite Church Farm, leading off Marshfield Road. The church is surrounded by a low rubble wall with cock and hen coping; lych gate to W and remains of medieval cros
II*Parish Church of St MaryNewportLocated on the S side of the Lane leading from Llanwern village to Bishton at the junction of the driveway to Barn Farm. Immediately to the N of the Spencer steelworks
II*Parish Church of St MichaelNewportLocated at the W side of the village, within a C19 walled enclosure, set behind the public house.
II*Whitson ChurchNewportIn churchyard reached by drive approximately 300m E of junction with Whitson Common Road.

Listed Places of Worship in Merthyr Tydfil

ListingNameCountyDescription
IISion Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilSituated on corner of Chapel Street and Cardiff Street, behind narrow railed forecourt with stone gatepiers.
IIAberfan Calvinistic Methodist ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated on main road at N end of terrace row, set in raised forecourt with stone gate piers.
IIBethania Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated at the lower end of the street, overlooking the High Street.
IICapel Tabernacl (Welsh Baptist Church)Merthyr TydfilOccupying a prominent corner site facing down Vulcan Road, Morgantown.
IICarmel Welsh Baptist ChapelMerthyr TydfilSet back from High Street at splayed junction with Holford Street and Pontycapel Road. Enclosed burial ground.
IIChapelMerthyr TydfilOn corner site, attached to No 20 New Castle Street.
IIChurch Hall at Capel TabernaclMerthyr TydfilOccupying a prominent corner site facing down Vulcan Road, Morgantown.
IIChurch of St JohnMerthyr TydfilOn corner of Upper Union Street and Station Road some 100m SW of Dowlais Works Stables.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistMerthyr TydfilSituated on the W side of the Afon Taf in a prominent position on the N side of the Cwmdu Road.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistMerthyr TydfilIn a prominent position on the NE side of New Church Road in Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer.
IIHen Dy Cwrdd Unitarian ChapelMerthyr TydfilNear the centre of Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer on the W side of Old Chapel Road.
IIHigh Street Baptist ChurchMerthyr TydfilOn a detached site midway down the pedestrianised section of High Street.
IIIvor English Congregational ChurchMerthyr TydfilOn the SE side of Ivor Street just NW of Dowlais Works Stables and some 75m NE of the Church of St John.
IIMerthyr Christian CentreMerthyr TydfilOn an elevated site against the hillside with gabled front closing the view up Church Street.
IISalem Baptist ChapelMerthyr TydfilOn bend in road, immediately south of The Square in centre of Bedlinog. Burial ground to the front
IISt David's ChurchMerthyr TydfilProminently sited in an open churchyard on the corner with Church Street, gabled W front to High Street.
IISt Illtyd's Roman Catholic ChurchMerthyr TydfilReached by a lane on the SW side of Balaclava Road; on steeply sloping site.
IISt Tydfil's ChurchMerthyr TydfilSituated in an enclosed churchyard at S end of High Street close to roundabout on A470 road.
IITabernacle Independent Chapel.Merthyr TydfilIn centre of Treharris, opposite Bethel Chapel, on rise overlooking valley. Iron rails along side and stone gate piers at upper end, into forecourt.
IITabor Independent ChapelMerthyr TydfilProminently situated, on rising ground overlooking the Heads of the Valleys Road, at junction of High Street and Grawen Lane
IIUnitarian ChapelMerthyr TydfilSet in terraced row close to corner with Church Street.
IIWesley Methodist ChurchMerthyr TydfilSet back slightly to right of Nos 12 and 12A Pontmorlais.
IIZion Chapel (Capel Seion)Merthyr TydfilBuilt across the steep slope with frontage forward to road.
IIZoar Chapel (Welsh Congregational)Merthyr TydfilSet back to rear of Nos 3, 4 and 5 Pontmorlais and reached by a gated lane shared with the adjoining Council Offices.

Listed Places of Worship in Flintshire

ListingNameCountyDescription
IBasingwerk AbbeyFlintshireNear the N end of the Greenfield Valley.
IChurch of St Beuno and St MaryFlintshireLocated NW of the cross-roads in the centre of Whitford Village, and approached by lychgates to the S and E.
IChurch of St CyngarFlintshireProminently-sited on a raised circular Celtic Llan in the centre of the village.
IChurch of St Eurgain and St PeterFlintshireProminently sited in the village at the corner of Church Road and Northop Road.
IChurch of St MaryFlintshireSituated in an oval churchyard close to the centre of the village.
IChurch of St MaryFlintshireIn a walled churchyard at the N end of Halkyn and opposite the Old School.
IParish Church in St MaryFlintshireIn a spacious churchyard on high ground at upper end of the High Street.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelFlintshireSituated at the corner of Oak Park and King Street, set back slightly from the road and behind low brick walls mounted with iron railings.
IICaerwys Welsh Presbyterian ChurchFlintshireAt the E end of the street, set back from the road behind forecourt walls.
IICapel y BerthenFlintshireAt the N end of Lixwm village, set back behind a lawn with boundary railings on the N side of a minor road between Lixwm and Ysceifiog.
IIChapel of the SepulchreFlintshireLocated to the N of Pantasaph Friary and reached by a path which zig-zags up the hill following the stations of the cross. Located close to the summit, in front of the Calvary, and built into the slo
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireIn a walled churchyard on the W side of the village, on the N side of a minor road between Rhes-y-cae and Lixwm.
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireReached by a narrow lane off S side of A548. Located in a large rectangular churchyard sloping up to S, surrounded by a coursed stone wall with saddleback coping. Entrance to W, tall moulded piers w
IIChrist ChurchFlintshireSituated in a walled churchyard, set back from the S side of the A541, to the NW of Pontblyddyn.
IIChurch of All SaintsFlintshireIn the centre of Ffynnongroyw, on the N side of the main road through the village.
IIChurch of St BartholomewFlintshireLocated off the N side of Sealand Road (A548) which leads E to Chester. The church was originally on the main road but has been recently by-passed.
IIChurch of St EthelwoldFlintshireTowards the W of Shotton, at the junction of Chester Road (B5129) and Shotton Lane.
IIChurch of St MarkFlintshireLocated on the S side of the main road, on the W side of Connah's Quay.
IIChurch of St MaryFlintshireIn large churchyard above High Street.
IIChurch of St MichaelFlintshireIn the centre of Brynford village, the W end facing the road.
IIChurch of St PaulFlintshireLocated at the main cross-roads in Gorsedd and to the SW.
IIChurch of St PaulFlintshireIn a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
IIChurch of the Holy SpiritFlintshireSet back on the east side of the road at the crest of Aston Hill.
IIEbenezer ChapelFlintshireOn the W side of the lane through Dolphin, close to where it is truncated by the A55. Set at an angle to the road and facing SE.
IIEmmanuel ChurchFlintshireSituated in a churchyard off the S side of Mold Road in Bistre.
IIHoly Trinity ChurchFlintshireSet in small churchyard near NE end of Greenfield; E end faces main road.
IIJerusalem ChapelFlintshireThe Jerusalem Chapel is located on the north side of Ffordd-y-Rhos 100m north of its junction with Ffordd-y-Gilrhos and set back slightly from the road behind a low brick wall with piers.
IILlyn-y-Pandy Calvinistic Methodist ChapelFlintshireSituated in Llyn-y-pandy on the W side of a by-road running through Pantymwyn to Rhydymwyn.
IIPendref, Wesleyan Methodist ChapelFlintshireSet above and behind a railed forecourt below Bailey Hill and facing down The High Street at the junction of Gwernaffield and Denbigh Roads
IIPen-y-Fron Baptist ChapelFlintshireGwernaffield
IISt Mary ChurchFlintshireBetween Church Street and Sydney Street, set at an angle to Church Street, oriented E-W.
IISt Mary's ChurchFlintshireSt Mary's Church is located within its own graveyard on the south side of Ffordd-y-Bont and to the south-east of the village centre.
IISt WinefridesFlintshireApproximately 1.1km N of Llanasa village on the S side of a minor road between Llanasa and Gronant.
IISt Winefride's Roman Catholic ChurchFlintshireOn slopping site set back from the new road (A 5026). Presbytery to right.
IITabernacle English Congregational ChurchFlintshireSet back from the road behind walled and railed forecourt with pedimented end piers.
IIUnited Reformed ChurchFlintshireAt the corner of Tyddyn Street with Grosvenor Street overlooking the former railway station.
II*Parish Church of St. JamesFlintshireImmediately above and to E of St Winefride's Well Chapel; churchyard to S. Also reached from the lower end of Well Street.
II*St Matthew's ChurchFlintshireSituated in a churchyard off the E side of Church Road in the NE part of Buckley.
II*Church of SS Asaph and KentigernFlintshireIn the centre of Llanasa surrounded by a walled churchyard.
II*Church of St JohnFlintshireSituated in the churchyard close to the centre of the village
II*Church of St MaryFlintshireIn the angle between Church Road and Chester Road (A5104), to the E of a large roundabout. Set in a large rectangular churchyard retaining some original boundary walling, the NW wall replaced when the
II*Church of St MaryFlintshireIn a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Church of St MichaelFlintshireAt the centre of a large square churchyard on the SW side of the town, with the main entrance from Pen y Cefn Road.
II*Church of St Michael & All AngelsFlintshireOn the W side of the village and on the E side of a minor road S of London Road (A5151), the main road through the village.
II*Franciscan FriaryFlintshireSet back from the road in grounds and approached by driveways. The Church of St David adjoins to the R. A linking range to the L joins the friary with the guest house and includes the entrance to th
II*Parish Church of St DeinolFlintshireSituated at the end of Church Lane within a walled churchyard.
II*St John the Baptist's ChurchFlintshireSituated in a churchyard on the N side of the A5104 at the N end of Penymynydd in an area also known as Pentrobin.
II*St Mary's Parish ChurchFlintshireSituated near the village cross-roads on a slight rise and set in its own churchyard.
II*Talacre AbbeyFlintshireIn its own grounds E of Gronant village, on an elevated site overlooking the Dee Estuary to the N.
II*The Roman Catholic Church of St DavidFlintshireAdjoining the R side of Pantasaph Friary and in the grounds.

Listed Places of Worship in Ceredigion

ListingNameCountyDescription
IChurch of St MichaelCeredigionSituated in circular hillside churchyard to W of Hoffnant valley some 500m inland from Penbryn beach.
IChurch of St PadarnCeredigionSituated on a sloping site just W of The Square in the centre of the village.
IChurch of the Holy CrossCeredigionSituated above and some 125m NW of Mwnt beach under Foel y Mwnt.
ISt Gwenog ChurchCeredigionSituated on E side of minor lane connecting B4338 and A475 some 750m WSW of Drefach
IICapel NeuaddlwydCeredigionSituated on the S side of the Aeron valley, approximately 2.5 km SE of Aberaeron and on a minor road S of the A4687.
IICapel SoarCeredigionSituated at S end of village in railed forecourt.
IIChurch of Saint TygwyddCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llandygwydd village.
IIFfos-y-ffin ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of A 487 in Ffos-y-ffin, set back in courtyard flanked by later chapel house and 1927 vestry.
IILlwyncelyn Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated on right side of lane from Llwyncelyn to Oakford, in iron-railed forecourt.
IISeion Welsh Congregational ChapelCeredigionSet into the slope near the junction with Great Darkgate Street, set back behind railed forecourt.
IIBancfelin ChapelCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llangranog to the S of the B4321 and near the junction of that road and the B4334.
IIBethania ChapelCeredigionSituated some 500m S of Bethania crossroads, on E side of road to Cilcennin.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated on N side of lane to Silian some 400m W of Junction with A485 at Glendenys.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated close to roadside just W of terrace Nos 1-7 Margaret Street.
IIBethel ChapelCeredigionSituated some 100m N of Aberarth Bridge, on W side of river, facing up Water Street.
IIBethel Welsh Baptist ChapelCeredigionSet back on the corner with, and side elevation to, Portland Street.
IIBethesda Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated down dead-end lane running W off B 4570 in Ponthirwaun.
IIBlaenannerch Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on N side of A487 in Blaenannerch village.
IIBlaencefn ChapelCeredigionSituated some 2.5km NE of Ferwig village centre, 400m W of Lleine farm.
IIBwlchgwynt ChapelCeredigionSituated on right side of Lampeter road out of Tregaron, just before Tregaron School.
IICapel BethelCeredigionSituated some 200m E of the minor road through the centre of Trefenter.
IICapel BethesdaCeredigionSituated in stone-walled yard in valley of the Cyneiniog some 4 km E of Talybont, on minor lane to Ty-nant Farm.
IICapel BethesdaCeredigionSituated in Llanddewi Brefi village just S of Pont Llanddewi on the road towards Tregaron.
IICapel BlaenplwyfCeredigionSituated in the centre of the village on the W side of the A487.
IICapel BrynmairCeredigionSituated approximately 1.6 km SE of Aberporth Bay on a minor road 500m S of B4333, Aberporth to Beulah road.
IICapel CarmelCeredigionSituated in angle between lanes to Pontsian and Maesymeillion some 300m N of Prengwyn.
IICapel CarmelCeredigionSituated just S of the village centre on the W side of the A485.
IICapel CynnonCeredigionSituated facing W on the junction of minor roads 1km W of Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn.
IICapel EbenezerCeredigionSituated at E end of Llangybi village on S side of A 485.
IICapel FfynonCeredigionSituated in the centre of Pentregat on the S side of the A487 and near the junction of that road and the B4321.
IICapel FronwenCeredigionSituated some 200m E of village centre, on S side of road to Oakford.
IICapel LlwynaddaCeredigionSituated towards upper end of village, some 200m NW of Seven Stars Inn.
IICapel LlwynrhydowenCeredigionSituated some 700m N of old chapel, by roadside.
IICapel MairCeredigionSituated just NW of Pont Llanfair, overlooking bridge, between chapel house and vestry, in narrow forecourt with iron railings on low walls.
IICapel Mair, Chapel House & VestryCeredigionSituated at southern end of street, on street-line.
IICapel MawrCeredigionSituated in the S of Llanon, just N of the Afon Cledan and some 140m NW of Pont Llanon.
IICapel MoriahCeredigionSituated at Moriah on the W side of the A4120.
IICapel MynachCeredigionSituated near the centre of Pontarfynach, some 150m S of the junction of the A4120 and the B4343 and on the W side of the latter.
IICapel PantdefaidCeredigionSituated on crossroads at centre of Prengwyn.
IICapel PennantCeredigionSituated just NW of Pont Pennant, on left side of road, in railed forecourt with attractive iron railings and gates.
IICapel RhiwbwysCeredigionSituated on steep bank on W side of B4337, 0.3km SE of Llanrhystyd. Set behind large railed forecourt
IICapel RhydygwainCeredigionSituated on E side of B4332, 0.5km SW of Temple Bar.
IICapel SalemCeredigionAbout 2km W of Devil's Bridge (Pontarfynach); below N side of minor road parallel to A 4120.
IICapel SalemCeredigionSituated some 2 km E of Penrhyncoch, in large graveyard N of the road in Salem village.
IICapel SaronCeredigionSituated in the centre of Llanbadarn Fawr, on the E side of the A4120 some 150m S of its junction with the A44.
IICapel SiloaCeredigionSituated above and E of Cwmerfyn near the end of the minor road through the village.
IICapel SionCeredigionSituated towards W end of village, set back to S of by-road next to school.
IICapel SoarCeredigionProminently situated at W end of Victoria Terrace along SE side of The Common.
IICapel TaborCeredigionSituated on the W side of a minor road just W of the village centre.
IICapel TrisantCeredigionAt the E end of the hamlet of Capel Trisant approximately 0.5km NW of Llyn Frongoch.
IICapel Troedyrhiw (Independent)CeredigionSituated on W side of Cribyn-Caledrhydiau by-road, some 2.5km NW of Cribyn.
IICapel Ty'nygwndwn (Independent)CeredigionLocated on N side of B4342, 1km SE of Felinfach.
IICapel y DrewenCeredigionSituated overlooking Teifi on dead-end lane running S from Cwm Cou crossroads.
IICapel y DrindodCeredigionProminently situated on steep slope in village centre
IICapel y GarnCeredigionSituated, at the N end of the linear village of Bow Street, on the W side of the A 487, in iron-railed forecourt.
IICapel Y RhiwCeredigionSituated on S side of Abergwesyn road some 2 km E of Tregaron. Set above road on stone-faced terrace.
IICapel Y WigCeredigionSituated on the side of a valley 1km NE of the centre of Pontgarreg, S of a minor road to Blaencelyn.
IIChurch of Our Lady of Mount CarmelCeredigionSituated on rising ground above W end of Bryn Road, overlooking triangular green opposite Shiloh Presbyterian Chapel.
IIChurch of Saint AfanCeredigionSituated in large churchyard at Y-fork at SW edge of village.
IIChurch of Saint CaronCeredigionSituated in the centre of Tregaron, raised on a small hillock between the Bridge and the Square.
IIChurch of Saint JohnCeredigionSituated within churchyard on N side of B4340 next to Edward Richard Grammar School
IIChurch of Saint John the DivineCeredigionSituated roughly in centre of village, between the school and the village hall.
IIChurch of St CybiCeredigionSituated in Llangybi village, on N side of A485, just N of Pont Gybi.
IIChurch of St CynonCeredigionSituated some 2.25 km NNE of Ffostrasol, on S side of minor road running E.
IIChurch of St CynwylCeredigionSituated on B4333, S of the centre of Aberporth.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated 60m N of A487, the entrance 60m E of Lady Road to Llechryd.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated on hilltop some 0.9 km SSW of Aberarth.
IIChurch of St DavidCeredigionSituated at centre of village on crossroads.
IIChurch of St InaCeredigionSituated in extensive churchyard on Llanina Point, just N of Plas Llanina.
IIChurch of St John the BaptistCeredigionSituated in churchyard on W side of A4120 about 2km S of Ponterwyd.
IIChurch of St LlwchaiarnCeredigionSituated at the end of a short lane to N off A 486.
IIChurch of St Lucia and St GwyninCeredigionSituated in Llanwnnen village on W side of B 4337 some 60m N of the cross-roads with A475.
IIChurch of St MaryCeredigionSecluded location at end of lane E off Penrhiw-Llan to Henllan by-road on steep wooded hillside. 1.5km S of Penrhiw-Llan.
IIChurch of St MaryCeredigionSituated in large churchyard N of the ruins of Strata Florida abbey.
IIChurch of St MichaelCeredigionSituated some 500m E of Brongest village, on crossroads W of Troedyraur Farm.
IIChurch of St PadarnCeredigionSituated in a remote site NE of Llangeitho, reached by a lane running W from B4578 from a point c 1.2 km N of B4342 crossroad.
IIChurch of St RhystydCeredigionSited in large churchyard at the foot of Church Street in Llanrhystyd
IIChurch of St TyfriogCeredigionReached at end of short drive off A475 (S side) E of Llandyfriog. Located on N bank of River Teifi. Schoolroom to E.
IIChurch of St. CynfelynCeredigionSituated about 1.5 km NW of Tre Taliesin on road to Ynyslas, below junction with road ENE towards Tre'r Ddol.
IIChurch of St. TysilioCeredigionSituated near end of lane, E of Cae'r-llan.
IIEbenezer ChapelCeredigionSituated on main street, slightly set back, about halfway along.
IIEbenezer Wesleyan ChapelCeredigionSituated in Ystumtuen some 2.5km S of A44, at S end of row of houses and former school.
IIEnglish Baptist ChapelCeredigionAt the top of the street near the Public Library, side elevation to Crynfryn Row. Set back behind iron railings with gate piers.
IIEnglish Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on the corner with Queen's Road, set back behind plain railings with brick piers.
IIHawen Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated in Hawen, some 600m S of Rhydlewis, facing W over road to Penrhiwpal
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchCeredigionIn the railed churchyard at the N end of an island site with W end to Stanley Road, set into the slope.
IIHoly Trinity Parish ChurchCeredigionSituated on hillside out of the town centre to SW, set back from the above the road.
IIHope ChapelCeredigionSituated to rear of No 40 Saint Mary's Street.
IIMount Zion Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated set back in railed enclosure.
IINanternis Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated at S end of Nanternis alongside by-road (E side) with cemetery to rear.
IIOld church of St John the BaptistCeredigionSituated in churchyard in the centre of Ysbyty Ystwyth.
IIParish Church of St MichaelCeredigionSituated on the N side of the B4229 in small village group, some 1.5km S of Ciliau Aeron.
IIParish Church of St MichaelCeredigionIn centre of small village on W side of A482, within large graveyard.
IIParish Church of St Michael and All AngelsCeredigionSituated between the Castle and Laura Place.
IIParish Church of St PeterCeredigionSituated in extensive churchyard on raised site at top of Church Street.
IIPeniel Welsh Congregational ChapelCeredigionSet back from a continuous row of street frontages, behind an iron railed and paved forecourt with patterned pebble pavement to the street
IIPenmorfa Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated sone 300m N of bridge over Hoffnant where lanes from Penbryn, Sarnau, Brynhoffnant and Pongarret meet.
IIPensarn former Calvanistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of by-road which leads from Pont Ffynnondewi (A487) to Caerwedros: 1.5 km S of the latter. Large cemetery to S beyond forecourt.
IIRhydfendigaid Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCeredigionSituated on W side of the main road in the centre of Pontrhydfendigaid.
IISeion Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated on hillside above town centre, on road to Gilfach.
IISt Non's ChurchCeredigionSituated on the S side of by-road, reached off A482. Some 2.5km SE of Aberaeron and some 100m W of Llanerchaeron.
IISt.Pauls Welsh Wesleyan Methodist ChurchCeredigionSet into the street frontage with later school from attached to right.
IITabernacle Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated towards N end of Talybont, adjoining and to S of Bethel Chapel, both behind matching late C19 iron railings
IITabernacle Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated on a hillside facing S over the derelict lead mine.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSet back from street-line some 120m NE of Llandysul Bridge.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSituated in Red Lion Yard, to rear of No 19, approached by narrow passage with wrought iron gates.
IITabernacle ChapelCeredigionSituated set back in narrow forecourt, opposite William Street.
IITabernacle Methodist ChapelCeredigionAt the break in the NE Terrace.
IITabernacle Presbyterian ChapelCeredigionSituated and set back behind projecting vestry range at upper end of street.
IITregroes Church of St FfraidCeredigionSituated by roadside, aligned N-S, in village centre.
IIY Wern Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated to N of Gilfachreda, on back lane from Cei Bach to A 487, on corner of smaller lane down into Gilfachreda.
IIYr Hen GapelCeredigionSituated on E side of lane running S from main road at Seven Stars Inn in village.
II*Church of St CynlloCeredigionSituated by Glebe Farm, some ikm SSW of Coedybryn.
II*Church of St MichaelCeredigionSituated at S end of village in large churchyard, with lych-gate to road.
II*Bethania Baptist ChapelCeredigionSituated mid-way down street, set back in railed forecourt.
II*Bethel Independent ChapelCeredigionSituated towards N end of Talybont, adjoining and to N of Tabernacle Chapel, both behind matching iron railings.
II*Capel GwynfilCeredigionSituated some 200m NE of centre of Llangeitho, on E side of road.
II*Capel Llwynrhydowen (Old Chapel)CeredigionSituated facing W by crossroads in Rhydowen.
II*Capel SoarCeredigionSituated in extreme isolation on W bank of the Camddwr some 13 km from Tregaron, reached via the Abergwesyn road to Nant-y-maen and then the road S towards Llyn Brianne reservoir.
II*Church of All SaintsCeredigionSituated in Clarach valley, on E side of B 4572 just S of Clarach crossroads and just N of Pont Llangorwen
II*Church of All SaintsCeredigionSituated some 1.2 km NE of Cellan village, on N side of B4343 to Llanfair
II*Church of Saint DavidCeredigionSituated just S of A44 about 50m down road to Cwm Rheidol on W side of road.
II*Church of Saint DavidCeredigionSituated in Llanarth village on hill W of main road.
II*Church of Saint DavidCeredigionSituated in centre of Llanddewi Brefi.
II*Church of Saint IlarCeredigionSituated in large churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Church of Saint MichaelCeredigionSituated in centre of the village in large churchyard.
II*Church of St CynlloCeredigionSituated on lane between A484 and B4570 some 500m N of Croesllan crossroads.
II*Church of St MichaelCeredigionSituated near a minor road 200m S of A487 at Tremain.
II*Church of St PeterCeredigionSituated in village on S side of lane running ENE from main valley road, about 150m E of junction.
II*Church of St TysulCeredigionSituated by River Teifi in large churchyard.
II*Church of St. FfraedCeredigionSituated at the end of Stryd-y-Eglwys from Llanon, some 350m E of the coast at Llansantffraed and 50m N of the Afon Peris.
II*Eglwys Newydd ChurchCeredigionOn the S side of the B4574 and the N side of the Ystwyth valley some 1km NE of the site of Hafod Mansion.
II*Parish Church of St MaryCeredigionSituated in large churchyard, with principal approach from Pontycleifion.

Listed Places of Worship in Carmarthen

ListingNameCountyDescription
IChurch of St Margaret MarloesCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position on the N side of the B4314, some 2.5km SE of Rhos-goch.
IChurch of St MaryCarmarthenshireSituated on small hill above the modern A483 in large churchyard.
IChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireSituated on E side of village street, in centre of village.
IParish Church of St PeterCarmarthenshireSituated in rounded churchyard at end of King Street.
IChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireSituated in rounded churchyard in centre of the village.
IIAll Saints ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on hillside E of College Street, backing onto Church Street.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated overlooking former back lane, now with cleared ground to Marine Street, some 70m north west of Siloah Chapel, Glanmor Road.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position facing down the main street of the village of Cynwyl Elfed.
IIBwlchnewydd Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a minor road some 2 km SE of the centre of the village of Llanddowror.
IIBwlchnewydd Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a hillside on the N side of Bwlchnewydd just off the road to Cynwyl Elfed.
IICaersalem Baptist Chapel,CarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Marsh Street and Emma Street
IICalfaria Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on a SE facing hillside on the W side of the Afon Taf valley some 200m W of Login.
IICalfaria Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Bigyn Road.
IICalvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireAt west side of Blaenau Road, about 300m south of the Parish Church. Grassed forecourt with part paved; stone surrounding wall.
IICapel BethaniaCarmarthenshireSituated some 50m S of A474 on the E side of Brynlloi Road, enclosed by a coped stone boundary wall with iron railings and gates.
IICapel BethelCarmarthenshireSituated in isolated riverside position on S bank of Afon Araeth down track off Llangadog road some 4 km NE of Ffairfach.
IICapel Bryn EvanCarmarthenshireSituated on the NW side of the minor road through Bryn Iwan.
IICapel BrynseionCarmarthenshireSituated some 400m E of Pont Treseli, up minor road.
IICapel Dewi C. M. ChapelCarmarthenshireAt the south side of the B4300 in the village of Capel Dewi. Square stone-walled enclosure with iron gates to front and stable in SE corner. One gate-pier is a monolith.
IICapel Dewi Uchaf FarmhouseCarmarthenshire1km east of the village of Capel Dewi to the north of the B4300, reached by a private lane with monolithic gate-piers. There is an extensive set of C18/C19 buildings for mixed farming in an informal g
IICapel Elim Parc (Baptist Chapel)CarmarthenshireTo the south side of an unclassified road about 300m north west of Parcymarchog. Stone perimeter wall to front and side with iron double gates plus single gate at corner. The baptismal pool is close t
IICapel HendreCarmarthenshireProminently sited at the south east of the village of Capel Hendre, at south of the road and at the corner of Cooper's Road. Large graveyard opposite. Stone-walled enclosure with iron gates and railin
IICapel IfanCarmarthenshireApproximately 3.7km NE of Llangyndeyrn church, reached by farm road on the W side of a minor road S of Llanddarog.
IICapel IwanCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Capel Iwan village.
IICapel NewyddCarmarthenshireSet back behind forecourt some 300m north of Parish Church.
IICapel SeionCarmarthenshireOn a hilltop site, 1km west of Drefach, in the hamlet named after the chapel. Large stone-walled graveyard; detached vestry to east of chapel.
IICapel SittimCarmarthenshireSituated in Felingwmisaf, E of the river and the B4310 and on a minor road S to Felin Mynachdy.
IICapel SoarCarmarthenshireSituated about 1 km E of Cilycwm village.
IICapel SulCarmarthenshireSituated on W side of main road (A 484) prominently overlooking Kidwelly Bridge.
IICapel TabernaclCarmarthenshireSituated in Ffairfach on E side of A 483, some 200m S of crossroads, in graveyard with iron railings and stone piers to road.
IICapel TalsarnCarmarthenshireSituated in Talsarn village on N side of road some 500m E of Cross Inn crossroads.
IICapel-y-dolauCarmarthenshireAt the south edge of Llanarthney village, on the road (Heol-fawr) to Middleton. Wrought-iron gate at roadside and a narrow lane leading to the chapel. Small yard surrounding the chapel on three sides.
IICarmarthen Cemetery ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in cemetery some 400m N of Lime Grove House.
IIChapel at Llandovery CollegeCarmarthenshireSituated to SE of main college building, opposite entrance gate.
IIChapel at St David's HospitalCarmarthenshireAlmost opposite main entrance to hospital main building.
IIChrist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated at far W end of Lammas Street, on junction with Morfa Lane.
IIChrist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated some 400m N of A474, on N side of river Amman, in a secluded cul de sac at SE end of Vicarage road.
IIChurch of Saint BrynachCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Llanboidy village.
IIChurch of Saint LawrenceCarmarthenshireTo S of minor road from Pendine to Amroth approximately 3km W of Pendine.
IIChurch of Saint TeiloCarmarthenshireSituated on the W side of the A477 near the centre of Llanddowror village.
IIChurch of St CledwynCarmarthenshireApproximately 500m W of Llanglydwen, on the E side of a drive leading to Dolwilym.
IIChurch of St David/Eglwys Dewi SantCarmarthenshireSituated in large churchyard with entrance between Nos 5 and 6 Picton Terrace.
IIChurch of St DyfanCarmarthenshireSituated immediately N of Llandyfan farmhouse, some 2 km S of Trap in valley of Afon Cennen.
IIChurch of St EgwadCarmarthenshireOn S side of village, in a churchyard overlooking Vale of River Tywi.
IIChurch of St LlawddogCarmarthenshireSituated on slope above main road some 100m SE of Cenarth Bridge.
IIChurch of St LuciaCarmarthenshireIn large churchyard at centre of village.
IIChurch of St MaelogCarmarthenshireIn a large churchyard on the N side of the main road through the village.
IIChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated church on the S side of a minor road approximately 1.2km NNW of Nantgaredig.
IIChurch of St SadwrnenCarmarthenshireProminently sited in historic churchyard high above Carmarthen Bay, about 2 km west of Laugharne.
IIChurch of St TwrogCarmarthenshireIn a round churchyard in the centre of the village, on the N side of the B4310.
IIEbenezer Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated closing the view down Orchard Street.
IIEglwys Sant Ioan/Church of St JohnCarmarthenshireSituated on junction with The Avenue.
IIElim independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated about 1km N of Lime Grove House, by junction with road to Pentre Celyn Farm.
IIEnglish Congregational ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated set back from road in forecourt between Nos 37 and 38.
IIHen GapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a walled and gated burial ground, overlooking the Loughor valley, on the S side of the minor road which leads W off the B4306.
IIMoriah Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Old Castle Road and Station Road, at south end of Town Hall Square.
IINebo Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated just S of the junction of minor roads approximately 0.6km NE of the main junction in Efailwen.
IIParish Church of St OdoceusCarmarthenshireSet in a hollow below the Laugharne to Llandawke by road.
IIPark Congregational ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Murray Street and Inkerman Street.
IIParsih Church of St TeiloCarmarthenshireSet in a large raised churchyard alongside the road.
IIPenuel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated E of the centre of Carmarthen in Priory Street, approximately 120m S of its junction with Oak Lane. Set back from the street line.
IIRehoboth ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated about 1km S of Capel Iwan above Cych
IIRoman Catholic Church of St MaryCarmarthenshireSituated at far NW end of Street.
IISalem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated on W side of short lane off A482, 1.5km N of Pumpsaint (junction opposite Brynwawr). Situated in own small graveyard.
IISalem Welsh Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back from the street line opposite the junction with Bank Buildings.
IISt David's Parish ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on SE side of Amman Valley, approx. 0.5m SE of Ammanford. Triangular shaped churchyard adjacent to Betws Rd. Sited diagonally to road.
IISt Tyfi's ChurchCarmarthenshireOn the S edge of wooded parkland at Dynevor Castle (Newton House) and overlooking Afon Tywi. Reached by track of W from Llandeilo Bridge.
IITrinity Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in large graveyard, across road to S of churchyard.
IIWesleyan ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated at the end of the tunnel passage under John Francis Chartered Auctioneer's Premises.
IIY Bwthyn, Hebron ChapelCarmarthenshireImmediately behind, and within, the graveyard of Hebron Chapel, facing a road to Berllan-dawel Farm.
IIY Priordy Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated set back in forecourt on junction with Old Priory Road.
IIZion English Presbyterian ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated facing down street towards Lammas Street.
IIAdulam Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireOn high ground 150 m west of A476 in Felinfoel, opposite to Adulam Row. The side of the Vestry faces the street with the chapel standing parallel to its west.
IIAlltwalis Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Alltwalis on the W side of the A485.
IIBaptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back in broad forecourt, just E of Fountain Square.
IIBethania Welsh Presbyterian ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated in Ferryside on the E side of Carmarthen Road some 320m NE of the railway station.
IIBethel Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated some 250m down lane running NE from B4306 in Llangyndeyrn village, on the NW side of lane.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated at the N end of Bethel Terrace. Large graveyard opposite.
IIBethel Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated facing SE some 150m N of the crossroads in the centre of Meidrim
IIBethel Presbyterian ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated opposite the Court House, facing E over large asphalted forecourt.
IIBethesda Capel BachCarmarthenshireAt the south-east corner of the graveyard of Bethesda Chapel, in Llangennech village 150m north of St Cennych's Church. Wrought iron gates with wrought iron railings on a plinth wall facing the street
IIBethesda ChapelCarmarthenshireIn Bank Road in Llangennech village about 150m north-west of St Cennych's Church. Large graveyard with stone wall and wrought iron gates to street.
IIBethlehem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireAt south side of the A484 in the village of Pwll.
IICaersalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshire300 m north-west of Pontyberem bridge, to the west of Heol y Felin.
IICapel Als,CarmarthenshireSituated in acute angle of Marble Hall Road and Wern Road.
IICapel BethlehemCarmarthenshireWithin railed enclosure, set back from the road, in the NE corner of a cemetery.
IICapel GosenCarmarthenshireSituated immediately S of Cynghordy viaduct. Walled forecourt with wrought iron gate.
IICapel GosenCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of road some 300m NW of Llangadog church, set in iron-railed forecourt.
IICapel IsafCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of A 40, some 300m E of turning to Cwm Ifor.
IICapel JerusalemCarmarthenshireSituated just above the Clydach river, below Gwynfe village, on W side of the lane towards Brynaman.
IICapel MairCarmarthenshireWithin railed enclosure on S side of junction of High Street and Heol Gof.
IICapel MiloCarmarthenshireWest side of Milo village, about 1½ km south of Golden Grove. Limestone wall to front, iron gate. Hedged elsewhere. Graveyard at right.
IICapel NewyddCarmarthenshireSituated on the N side of the B4310 some 120m W of Pont Cothi in the centre of Abergorlech.
IICapel NoniCarmarthenshireSituated on the SE side of the A485 approximately 1km SW of Aber-Giar. Gable end to road.
IICapel Pentre TygwynCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of Pentre Tygwyn village, on S side of lane.
IICapel RhydybontCarmarthenshireSituated on the N side of the B4337 at Rhyd-y-bont approximately 1.2km E of the centre of Llanybydder.
IICapel SalemCarmarthenshireSituated down drive off the road leading to Llyn Brianne, NW of the centre of Rhandirmwyn.
IICapel SalemCarmarthenshireAt the junction of Bank Road with Afon Road (A4297) in the centre of Llangennech Village. Stone perimeter wall with iron railings to Afon Road; large graveyard to the north.
IICapel y GraigCarmarthenshireSituated just W of the school near the centre of the village of Cwmbach.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireSituated in churchyard set back and above Goring Road.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of Gwynfe village.
IIChurch of All SaintsCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
IIChurch of Saint CwrdafCarmarthenshireSituated on E side of A482 at N edge of Llanwrda village.
IIChurch of Saint EdiCarmarthenshireSituated some 300m SE of the B4297 in the village of Llanedi, at end of Church road, in a walled and gated churchyard.
IIChurch of Saint SadwrnCarmarthenshireSituated in rounded churchyard in centre of village.
IIChurch of St AlbanCarmarthenshireSituated prominently on hilltop east of centre, at junction of Alban Road and Stebonheath Terrace.
IIChurch of St BarnabasCarmarthenshireSituated in Rhandirmwyn some 300m W of the crossroads in the village centre.
IIChurch of St BarnabasCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of village just SW of the junction of the roads from Waungilwen and Henllan.
IIChurch of St CeinwrCarmarthenshireOn the N side of the small hamlet sited on the highest ground with a commanding view over the Towy valley.
IIChurch of St Cennych (aka St Gwynog)CarmarthenshireOn a hilltop site east of Bank Road in the centre of Llangennech village, 150m north of the B4297 (Afon Road). Stone wall to front, part with cast-iron railings and gates between plain ashlar piers.
IIChurch of St DavidCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard on the E side of a minor road approximately 1.1km NE of Ffaldybrenin and 0.7km NW of Farmers.
IIChurch of St DavidCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position on a hill just NW of the crossroads in the centre of Meidrim.
IIChurch of St IshmaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated church approximately 2km SSW of Ferryside, in a large churchyard on the E side of the Ferryside to Kidwelly road.
IIChurch of St MaryCarmarthenshireOn a hill-top site 150m NE of Court Henry.
IIChurch of St MaryCarmarthenshireWithin a large churchyard and prominently sited in a high position on the NE side of Burry Port.
IIChurch of St MichaelCarmarthenshireAn isolated hilltop church in a walled churchyard, on the E side of a minor road between Brechfa and Llanybydder.
IIChurch of St PatrickCarmarthenshireOn the S side and sited in a round churchyard above the A485.
IIChurch of St PaulinusCarmarthenshireSituated just W of the minor road leading to Llyn Brianne in the valley of the Afon Tywi, some 3.5km N of the centre of Rhandirmwyn.
IIChurch of St PeterCarmarthenshireIn a walled churchyard on the W side of the town and on the W side of the cattle market.
IIChurch of St ThomasCarmarthenshireNear the centre of Ferryside E of the railway station.
IIChurch of The Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireProminently sited in Felinfoel. Large graveyard to S with rubble boundary wall to all sides; Gothic style timber lychgate with tiled roof, steel gates; Celtic cross granite war-memoral in churchyard.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireSituated on W side of B 4302 some 450m N of Maerdy crossroads.
IIChurch of the Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireSituated at W end of street in spacious churchyard.
IIClosygraig Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireOn elevated terrace behind wall and railings, overlooking a bend in the road.
IIEbenezer Congregational ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of A484 Carmarthen road some 120m E of Water Street.
IIEsgairnant Calvinistic Methodist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on N side of B4302, SW of Talley village
IIFfaldybrenin Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in a prominent position facing S in the centre of Ffaldybrenin village.
IIGlenalla ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Alban Road.
IIHall Street Methodist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Hall Street and Goring Road.
IIHen Gapel MiloCarmarthenshireEast side of Milo village, opposite to Capel Milo Newydd. Open paved area to street at front, walled graveyard to left with original wall to street.
IIHoreb Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshire1 km east of Five Roads on the B4309
IILlandyry ChurchCarmarthenshireOn W side of B4317, in churchyard about 700m S of junction with B4308.
IILlanfihangel Abercowyn New ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated beside the main A40 trunk road, on the junction with the minor road to Treventy Farm.
IIMaescanner Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshire75 m west of Dafen Road. Small grassed forecourt, with modern iron railings on a low wall and iron gates. Vestry at rear.
IIProvidence Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSet back behind small burial ground to left of terraced row in centre of Cwmdu village.
IIRhydyceisiaid Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on the SE side of the valley of the Afon Fenni some 1.2km NW of the centre of the village of Llangynin
IISalem Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated in Ferryside on the E side of Carmarthen Road some 250m NE of the railway station.
IISalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at N end of Salem village, on W side of road.
IISalem Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on streetline roughly midway between junctions with Water Street and Orchard Street.
IISiloah Independent ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated on corner of Glanmor Road and Copperworks Road in the seaside district of LLanelli.
IISt Sawel Parish ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on S side of village in large graveyard.
IIYr Hen GapelCarmarthenshireTo the W of the village centre, on the N side of a minor road to the parish church.
IIZion Baptist ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at south west end of Zion Row and some 30 m north east of the Water Street-Upper Park Street junction.
II*Capel BigawdinCarmarthenshireAttached to a field wall S of Wern-las Farm, approximately 2km SE of Llanddarog village.
II*Capel BrynseionCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Glanamman some 25m S of A474 on the E side of High Street.
II*Capel Heol AwstCarmarthenshireSituated set back in railed forecourt roughly midway along street.
II*Capel Heol DwrCarmarthenshireSituated set back from road some 60m SE of junction with St Catherine Street.
II*Capel PantegCarmarthenshireSituated in a remote valley N of a minor road some 4km NE of Whitemill.
II*Church of Saint CynwylCarmarthenshireSituated near the centre of Cynwyl Elfed village NE of Pont Cynwyl just off the A484.
II*Church of St David (aka Church of St Arthney)CarmarthenshireIn centre of the village of Llanarthney. Stone-walled graveyard with lychgate
II*Church of St DingatCarmarthenshireSituated in large churchyard towards SW edge of town.
II*Church of St MaryCarmarthenshireSituated in centre of Llanllwch village.
II*Church of St MichaelCarmarthenshireAt the N end of Llanfihangel ar Arth village, set in a walled churchyard overlooking the Teifi valley.
II*Church of St Simon and St JudeCarmarthenshireSituated on ridge above upper Sawdde valley some 2.5 km E of Twynllanan on road to Llyn y Fan Fach.
II*Church of St. TybieCarmarthenshireAt the centre of Llandybie village. Large stone-walled graveyard to north side (recent parts walled in concrete blocks). High wall with steps and iron gates from the street at west and south; stile be
II*Church of the Holy TrinityCarmarthenshireAbout 1km NE of Pontargothi, in churchyard on the E side of a minor road and N bank of Afon Cothi.
II*Cyffig ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated on the S side of a minor road some 3km SE of Whitland.
II*English Baptist ChurchCarmarthenshireSituated set back from the street in paved forecourt, between Nos 7 and 8.
II*Old Bethel ChapelCarmarthenshireLocated on a remote upland plateau on the N side of the Amman Valley approximately 1 km from the A474. Reached along short lane off mountain road at the lower end of a walled and gated burial ground.
II*Parish Church of St CynwylCarmarthenshireProminently situated in village centre within own graveyard. Lychgate some 50m to S.
II*Parish Church of St. EllywCarmarthenshireProminently situated in churchyard on north side of Bridge Street.
II*Parish Church of St. MartinCarmarthenshireSet in an elevated churchyard to N of the town
II*Williams Pantycelyn Memorial ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated near the centre of Llandovery on the N side of the High Street between Orchard Street and Water Street.
II*Capel Libanus (Baptist Chapel)CarmarthenshireSituated on N side of lane some 1.3 km W of Llansadwrn.
II*Capel SalemCarmarthenshireSituated in the centre of Llangyndeyrn approximately 250m SW of the B4306.
II*Capel Y GraigCarmarthenshireSituated just W of the road junction in the centre of Trelech village.
II*Cefnarthen ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at the end of a lane off a minor road leading from Pentrebach to Babel approximately 1km to the NW.
II*Church of Saint CadocCarmarthenshireSituated towards the upper end of Church Street, in large churchyard with stone boundary wall.
II*Church of Saint CyninCarmarthenshireSituated in an isolated position on a minor road some 2km S of the centre of the village of Llangynin.
II*Church of St CathenCarmarthenshireIn a large churchyard occuping a high position at the S end of the village of Llangathen.
II*Church of St CyndeyrnCarmarthenshireIn a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Church of St CynogCarmarthenshireSituated about 1 km S of Llangynog.
II*Church of St EgwadCarmarthenshireIn a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Church of St IlltydCarmarthenshireIn a large churchyard on the E side of the main square, and immediately S of the A484.
II*Church of St Luke or St LlonioCarmarthenshireIn an isolated position away from Llanllwni village and on an elevated site directly above Afon Teifi.
II*Church of St Margaret of AntiochCarmarthenshireAbout 1km above Dolwen Point, in churchyard near junction of B4314 and minor road to Marros.
II*Church of St Margaret of AntiochCarmarthenshireAbout 1km above Dolwen Point, in churchyard near junction of B4314 and minor road to Marros.
II*Church of St MichaelCarmarthenshireIn the village of Golden Grove to the west of the street, nearly opposite to Golden Grove park entrance. Stone-walled churchyard with stile; lychgate separately listed.
II*Church of St Michael and all AngelsCarmarthenshireAt the south side of Bryngwyn Road, Dafen. Stone wall to street and to west side; timber war-memorial lychgate.
II*Church of St NonCarmarthenshireIn the centre of the village in a churchyard with stone wall and iron railings and gates to road at west; stone wall to minor road at north.
II*Church of St YstyffanCarmarthenshireWithin a stone walled cemetery, on the SW corner of the junction of High Street and Church Street.
II*Parish Church of St Mary MagdaleneCarmarthenshireSituated within a cemetery behind the street, reached via a lych-gate opposite the Town Hall.
II*Parish Church of St MichaelCarmarthenshireSituated in spacious churchyard immediately adjoining the Premonstratensian Abbey ruins.
II*Tabernacle ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated set back from road in own courtyard, c30m from junction with Water Street.
II*Tabernacle ChapelCarmarthenshireSituated at corner of Town Hall Square, overlooking Town Hall gardens.

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