Grade 2* Places of Worship in Wales
ListingNameCountyDescription
II*Capel EbeneserAngleseyLocated at the brow of a hill at the W end of Llangefni, set at right angles to the N side of Ffordd Cildwrn with graveyard to front; c.600m W of the church of St. Cyngar.
II*Capel Mawr Presbyterian ChapelAngleseyProminently sited on the corner of Chapel Street and New Street.
II*Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, St WinifredAngleseyIn an elevated position, set back from the N side of the A5025 on the way out to Porth Llechog (Bull Bay).
II*Church of St Afran, St Ieuan and St SannanAngleseyIn an isolated rural location set within a sub-rectangular churchyard W of the farmstead at Ty-mawr. Set well back from the SW side of a country road, the church is located c1.5km NW of the new churc
II*Church of St CaianAngleseyWithin a rectangular churchyard at the W side of the B5111 in the centre of the small hamlet of Tregaian.
II*Church of St CeinwenAngleseyLocated within an enclosed churchyard on the NW side of a right-angle corner of the A4080, c800m W of the village of Dwyran and c1.5km E of Newborough.
II*Church of St CristiolusAngleseyIn an elevated position overlooking, and set back from, the SE side of the A5(T).
II*Church of St CwyllogAngleseyIn a rural location NNW of the small hamlet of Llangwllog, along a narrow lane leading SW off the B5111.
II*Church of St DyfnanAngleseyIn a rural location, set back from the N side of the B5109; NE of Talwrn and W of Pentraeth.
II*Church of St ElethAngleseySet back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the E side of Queen Street in the centre of the town of Amlwch.
II*Church of St GredifaelAngleseySet back from the E side of the junction between two country roads to the N of the village of Penmynydd.
II*Church of St GwenllwyfoAngleseySet back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the W side of a country road between Nebo and Traeth Dulas; to the SW of the former Llys Dulas estate.
II*Church of St IestynAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, set back from a country lane leading E out of the village of Llanddona.
II*Church of St MaryAngleseySlightly set back and at right angles to the E side of country road leading off the B5110 to the NE of the village of Brynteg.
II*Church of St MaryAngleseySet within an enclosed churchyard, set back from the NW side of a country lane running NE from the A4080; c1.2km NE of the Church of St Ceinwen and c1km N of Dwyran.
II*Church of St MechellAngleseySet within an irregularly shaped churchyard at the N side of the crossroads in the centre of the village of Llanfechell.
II*Church of St MichaelAngleseyIn an isolated rural location under the E slopes of Bwrdd Arthur, to NE of Llanddona.
II*Church of St MichaelAngleseyIn a rural location set back from the S side of a country road leading S from the village of Brynrefail towards Mynydd Bodafon; located S of the junction with another country road leading W.
II*Church of St PaboAngleseySet within a circular churchyard at the SE side of a country road between Llechcynfarwy and Carreglefn.
II*Church of St PadrigAngleseyIn an isolated coastal location NW of the village of Cemaes Bay. The church is reached by a country road leading N off the A5025 E of Cemaes Bay.
II*Church of St PeterAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, set back from the W side of a country road which leads N of the A5025 to the village of Llanbedrgoch.
II*Church of St PeterAngleseySet back from the road, within an enclosed churchyard, at the west side of the village.
II*Church of St RhwydrysAngleseyIn an isolated rural location near the coast at Cemlyn. The churchyard is reached via a trackway leading SW from the farmtrack to Tyn Llan farm, and then via a footpath across a field.
II*Church of St SadwrnAngleseySet back from the E side of the road through the village of Llansadwrn.
II*Church of St TwrogAngleseyIn an isolated rural location within an irregularly shaped churchyard along the NW side of a country road running SW from the B5109 at Llynfaes.
II*Church of St TyfrydogAngleseyLocated within a circular churchyard to W side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog.
II*Church of St. BeunoAngleseyLocated within an enclosed churchyard, set back from the S side of Church Street, in the SW part of Aberffraw.
II*Church of St. BeunoAngleseyLocated in the centre of the small hamlet of Trefdraeth; set back from the N side of the road leading E from Bethel.
II*Church of St. CwyfanAngleseyIn an isolated location on an island c. 150m off the coast at Porth Cwyfan and reached by a rough causeway at low tide; the churchyard has been raised and is enclosed by a retaining rubble wall.
II*Church of St. EdeyrnAngleseySituated on the N side of Church Street in the centre of the village of Bodedern.
II*Church of St. EugradAngleseyIn an isolated rural location within an oval churchyard set back from the SW side of a lane leading to the house and home farm at Parciau, W of Marian glas.
II*Church of St. MorhaiarnAngleseyLocated within an enclosed churchyard, at the end of a single track lane leading off the S side of the A5(T) Holyhead Road, at the W end of the village of Gwalchmai.
II*Church of St. PeulanAngleseyIn an isolated rural location, within an irregularly shaped churchyard at the end of a raised trackway W of a country road between the A5(T) and Dothan. Located c. 1.75km SW of Gwalchmai and c. 3km S
II*Church of St. TysilioAngleseyLocated towards the south end of Church Island to the west of Menai Bridge. The island is reached by a causeway and the churchyard is enclosed by a low rubble wall with wrought iron gates at the entr
II*Moriah Calvinistic Methodist ChapelAngleseySet back, behind a railed forecourt, from the E side of the A5114 Glanhwfa Road. The chapel is located directly N of the Shire Hall and is c.400m SSE of the church of St. Cyngar.
II*St. Nidan's Church (Old Church)AngleseySet within a stone walled circular churchyard, 20m N of Llanidan House, and c750m SE of the new Church of St. Nidan.
II*St Illtyd’s 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.
II*Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr NeillduolBridgendLocated prominently on an elevated site behind a railed forecourt, and facing down Ewenny Road.
II*Church of St CeinBridgendSituated on the hilltop approx II km NE Llangeinor, reached from the road that links Garw and Ogmore Valleys, centre of a small rural settlement.
II*Church of St CynwydBridgendThe church lies at the centre of the village of Llangynwyd, surrounded by a D-shaped stone walled graveyard.
II*Church of St IlltydBridgendTo S of the castle, high above the town.
II*Church of St Mary Magdalen, Pyle with Kenfig.BridgendThe church stands in a raised curvilinear churchyard on a high prominence above the former site of Kenfig, by the junction of the side road into Maudlam village
II*Church of St TeiloBridgendOn NW side of settlement and N side of minor road between village and Merthyr Mawr Warren.
II*Church of St TyfodwgBridgendThe church stands in its churchyard the centre of the hamlet of Glynogwr, approximately half-way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch
II*Coychurch Cemetery Capel Crallo and Capel CoityBridgendThe main Capel Crallo fronts a lake with fountains and is joined to the smaller Capel Coity by a cloister walk and garden
II*Coychurch Cemetery Chapel of RemembranceBridgendWithin the cemetery grounds between the entrance and the main chapel complex and joined to the latter by a conifer lined walkway.
II*Pyle Calvinistic Methodist ChapelBridgendFfordd y Eglwys leads from Pyle to North Cornelly. The chapel is set gable end to the road W of the former railway line, with the schoolroom adjoining on the S.
II*Salem Welsh Baptist ChapelBridgendLocated in a row of terraced housing, and set behind a narrow front railed area
II*Church of Our Lady of PeaceCaerphillyOn the N edge of Newbridge, near the border with the Crumlin Community, on the W hillside of and overlooking the Ebbw Valley. Set on a walled terrace with gate piers and terraced steps, incorporating
II*Church of St BarrwgCaerphillyLocated in a high prominent position in the village at the N end of Church Street. Surrounded by a large graveyard.
II*Church of St DavidCaerphillyOn the main thoroughfare a little N of the town centre, surrounded by an extensive walled churchyard sloping to S and W.
II*Church of St LukeCaerphillySet into the wooded hillside above the Ebbw Vale just above the centre of Abercarn, reached up a side road and approached through a shallow stone tiled gateway and up a steep terraced double flight of steps
II*Church of St SannanCaerphillyIn a large churchyard on the ridge of hill approximately I.5km NE of Bargoed.
II*Church of St TudorCaerphillyOn the crest of Mynyddislwyn, surrounded by a walled churchyard.
II*Groeswen ChapelCaerphillySet within its burial ground, the chapel faces the road with vestry adjoining to the W. Located at the E end of Groeswen village.
II*Hanbury Road Baptist ChapelCaerphillySituated in the centre of Bargoed, approximately I50m N of the police station, set back behind small forecourt with railings.
II*Tabor United Reformed ChurchCaerphillyOn prominent site fronting Tabor Road with North Avenue to the rear.
II*Church of St AugustineCardiffStanding in a large roughly square churchyard on sloping ground, the level to N substantially higher than to S. Main entrance through a stone-tiled lych-gate at SE corner;
II*Church of St DenysCardiffOn the very E edge of the developed part of Lisvane.
II*Church of St EdeyrnCardiffIn the centre of the still identifiable hamlet of Llanedeyrn though close to motorway, housing and business developments. Standing in the centre of a roughly triangular sloping churchyard.
II*Church of St Mary the Blessed VirginCardiffIn the centre of St Fagans village opposite St Fagans Castle.
II*Church of St PeterCardiffProminently sited and facing directly on to the street.
II*Church of St. IsanCardiffSet in a large quadrangular churchyard in the centre of the village, on the corner of Station Road and Heol Hir.
II*City United Reformed ChurchCardiffOn corner with Windsor Lane.
II*St Andrews United Reformed ChurchCardiffProminently sited at the junction of Wellfield Road, Penylan Road and Marlborough Road.
II*Tabernacle ChapelCardiffTo L of David Morgan department store.
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.
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.
II*Bethel ChapelConwyProminently sited in the centre of Melin-y-Coed, adjacent to Melin-y-Coed bridge on the N side of the Nant-y-Golon; in a rubble-walled and gated enclosure.
II*Capel Cefn CochConwyThe chapel is set gable end to the N side of the minor road between Pentre Isaf and Gell, approximately 1.75km NNW of Llangernyw village centre. The chapel house, also set gable end to road, stands t
II*Capel SoarConwySituated on an elevated site at the southern edge of Llanddoged village, some 50m SE of the Llanddoged school; set back within a railed forecourt with rubble revettment walls to the sides.
II*Capel TabernaclConwyOn corner with Llewelyn Avenue.
II*Church of Saint JohnConwyOn the corner of Station Road and Cliff Road.
II*Church of Saint PaulConwyOccupies a block of land at the centre of the town between Woodland Road East and Rhiw Road.
II*Church of St BenedictConwyIn a walled churchyard near the main road junction in the village, and immediately S of Afon Gyffin.
II*Church of St CatherineConwyOn the corner with Church Walks.
II*Church of St CurigConwyTo W of A5 in churchyard above road. Opposite junction with A4086
II*Church of St DavidConwyBehind the larger Church of Saint Paul, opposite the Police station.
II*Church of St MaryConwyIn a large churchyard enclosed by buildings to Castle Street, High Street, Church Street and Rose Hill Street.
II*Church of St Teresa of LisieuxConwyLocated N of the town centre, on the corner of Clwyd Avenue.
II*Church of St WinifredConwyThe parish church stands in a rectilinear churchyard on an elevated site to the SE of the village centre.
II*Church of The Holy TrinityConwyIn large churchyard on SW side of Mostyn Street
II*Parish Church of St CynbrydConwyLocated in the centre of the village on the north bank of the Afon Dulas, within its own large, rubble-walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St MichaelConwyProminently sited in a raised, rubble-walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Parish Church of St. CynfranConwyProminently sited in the centre of Llysfaen village at the main cross-roads; located on a commanding site within a circular, rubble-walled graveyard.
II*Peniel Welsh Presbyterian ChapelConwyStrikingly located in the centre of the town, set against the hillside above and to the SW of the parish church; raised up on a revetted and railed terrace with simple gates and gatepiers.
II*Seion Welsh Presbyterian ChapelConwyProminently sited on the N side of the main street in the centre of the village.
II*Soar Methodist ChapelConwyProminently-sited in the village centre at the end of Water Street at the bottom of the hill; set behind low rubble forecourt walls with simple surmounting railings.
II*St Trillo's ChapelConwyJust above the beach, under the low cliff at the extreme NE point of the land.
II*St. Mary's ChurchConwyLocated immediately to the SW of the main road (A5) in the centre of the town.
II*Jesus ChapelDenbighshireClose to the house named Capel-y-gloch, on the east side of the A525 Wrexham Road, 1½km south of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
II*Pendref ChapelDenbighshireSet back from the road behind forecourt walls & railings, towards the top of the hill
II*Capel MawrDenbighshireProminently-sited on the corner with Beacon's Hill.
II*Church of Corpus ChristiDenbighshireIn the village of Tremeirchion. The churchyard (extended 1864) is walled in similar stone without coping; gate to west, lychgate to south; war memorial to west.
II*Church of Saint MaryDenbighshireSet back behind Church Street, and prominently sited above the river.
II*Church of Saints Mael and SulienDenbighshireIn the village of Cwm, 0.5 km east of the Cwm (Dyserth to Rhuallt) road. Stone churchyard wall with gate at west. The Vicarage site encroaches on the churchyard at south, and shares the roadside wall.
II*Church of St BeunoDenbighshireIn the village of Gwyddelwern, to west of the main road. Stone churchyard wall with modern gateway; former schoolroom near entrance.
II*Church of St BridgetDenbighshireAt the centre of the village of Dyserth, within a large churchyard. Stone churchyard wall with triangular coping; steel gates to west, north and south.
II*Church of St Cynfarch and St MaryDenbighshireEast side of the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd in a walled churchyard with the stump of a preaching cross; Church House and lychgate to south; iron gates to west.
II*Church of St ElidanDenbighshire1 km south of Nantclwyd Hall, in a stone-walled churchyard with iron gate and steps to south; also entered at north by a late-C19 timber-framed lychgate. War memorial cross at west.
II*Church of St FoddhydDenbighshireAt the west side of the village of Clocaenog. Square churchyard with stone wall to front and to east side overlooking lower ground.
II*Church of St HychanDenbighshireAt the west side of the B5429, north of the turning to Pont Llanychan. The churchyard is rounded at the north but is otherwise square.
II*Church of St Mael and St SilienDenbighshireIn a churchyard of roughly circular form behind the street frontages.
II*Church of St Margaret (The Marble Church)DenbighshireAt N side of the former St Asaph road now bypassed by the adjacent A55. Low perimeter wall separately listed.
II*Church of St MaryDenbighshireAt the centre of the village of Bettws Gwerfil Goch, in a square churchyard which is considerably raised above the surrounding land at the SE. Lychgate to north. Rubblestone churchyard wall, partly
II*Church of St MelydDenbighshireIn the village of Meliden, at the north junction of Ffordd Talargoch with Meliden Road.
II*Church of St MwrogDenbighshireIn a prominent raised position in the centre of the village, the B5105 curving around it.
II*Church of St PeterDenbighshireAt the junction of the A494 and the B 5429, set within its own walled churchyard.
II*Church of St StephenDenbighshireAt the centre of Bodfari Village, approached by a lychgate and long flight of steps. The orientation of the church is north east, but conventional orientation is assumed in this description. Stone chu
II*Church of St TyrnogDenbighshireIn village of Llandyrnog, in a graveyard which now extends beyond a lane to the east; part lost to road widening at west. Stone churchyard wall with steps up at west; war memorial and sundial within t
II*Church of St TysilioDenbighshireAt north side of the village of Bryneglwys, within a hilltop graveyard surrounded by a rubblestone wall; iron gates to south.
II*Church of St TysilioDenbighshireThe church stands in a very picturesque location set in a walled churchyard above the River Dee and below the road to Rhewl, c3km W of Llangollen.
II*Church of St. CwyfanDenbighshireIn a square churchyard 1.5 km north-east of St Tyrnog's Church. Stone churchyard wall with iron gate at south; modern copy of stocks in an enclosure with iron railings beside the gate; formerly a vill
II*Holy Trinity Church PhotosDenbighshireLocated at the south-western edge of the village, set back within its churchyard to the NW of the Henllan to Trefnant Road.
II*Parish Church of St MaryDenbighshireLocated in the centre of the village on the western banks of the Afon Clywedog; sited within its own rubble-walled churchyard featuring several good C18 and C19 chest tombs.
II*Parish Church of St Michael and All AngelsDenbighshireLocated in the village centre within its own rubble-walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St SadwrnDenbighshireLocated at the western perimeter of the village within its own walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St ThomasDenbighshireProminently sited on the corner with Bath Street.
II*St Mary's ChurchDenbighshireProminently located at the Lenten Pool roundabout, set back slightly behind low curving forecourt walls.
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.
II*Capel AinonGwyneddLocated approximately 1km SW of Llanuwchllyn village, set back slightly from the road within its own low-walled graveyard.
II*Capel AnwesGwyneddLocated high up on the W slopes of the Nanmor valley, above the Dolfriog woods, approximately 2km E of Nantmor village; located in a field and accessed via a lane leading NE off the unclassified road
II*Capel Celyn Memorial ChapelGwyneddTowards the head of Llyn Celyn, on the north shore of the lake just below the A4212.
II*Capel CochGwyneddSituated on very slightly rising ground on the south side of Ffordd Capel-Coch, the chapel occupies a prominent position in the street; low rubblestone wall to street continues to east to enclose fore
II*Capel Methodistiaid CalfinaiddGwyneddThe chapel stands E of the centre of the village, with its axis parallel to the main road.
II*Capel PendrefGwyneddAn isolated building on the N side of the junction with Pavilion Road.
II*Carmel ChapelGwyneddSituated some 600m SSW of Carreg at T-junction with road from Aberdaron.
II*Church of St AelhaearnGwyneddThe church stands in the centre of a large irregular churchyard at the centre of the village, bounded by the road on the S and W.
II*Church of St BeunoGwyneddLocated on the end of an old road leading SW from the W end of Penmorfa village.
II*Church of St CatherineGwyneddOn the NE side of the town, where the lane turns to the E.
II*Church of St CybiGwyneddThe parish church stands in its churchyard at the centre of the village.
II*Church of St CynhaearnGwyneddThe church stands alone on the former island in Llyn Ystumllyn, approx 900m S of Pentrefelin, and is reached by a track from the village.
II*Church of St GarmonGwyneddThe church is set in an elevated oval churchyard at the centre of the hamlet.
II*Church of St MaryGwyneddWithin the churchyard to NE of the main road through the village of Llanfair which forms a loop off the A496.
II*Church of St MaryGwyneddIn a raised churchyard on the N side of the minor road leading NW from the centre of Bryncroes village to the B 4413.
II*Church of St MaryGwyneddThe church stands beside the road from Minffordd to Abergynolwyn, at the S end of Tal-y-llyn lake.
II*Church of St MaryGwyneddSited on an eminence in a large churchyard, to the S of the Market Square.
II*Church of St MaryGwyneddSituated some 100m S of Plas-ym-Mhenllech at Penllech.
II*Church of St MichaelGwyneddSituated on its own in originally rectangular churchyard, now extended to north-east and south-east, on track between Bryn-llan and Plas Tirion approximately 0.75km south-west of Llanrug.
II*Church of St MichaelGwyneddThe parish church stands on the valley floor of the upper Dysynni valley, within its own sub-oval churchyard.
II*Church of St PadarnGwyneddLocated in a a prominent position on rising ground behind the Dolbadarn Hotel on the south side of Stryd Fawr (High Street); the churchyard is of irregular shape and is approached from the north throu
II*Church of St PedrogGwyneddThe church is located on the first level ground above the beach, at the lower end of Llanbedrog, and close to the small stream with defines the churchyard on the SE.
II*Church of St PerisGwyneddLocated in the centre of Nant Peris at the western end of the Pass of Llanberis in a roughly rectangular-shaped churchyard with a stone lychgate dated 1929 on the northern side.
II*Church of St PeterGwyneddWithin a subrectangular churchyard set well back from the NE side of the A496 at the N end of the village of Llanbedr.
II*Church of St RhedywGwyneddProminently sited on a corner on Ffordd Rhedyw within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on sloping ground down towards the Afon Lyfni.
II*Church of St TegaiGwyneddLocated at north-eastern end of village.
II*Church of St TudwenGwyneddSituated in isolated walled churchyard by Llandudwen farm, approached by drive running N off lane about 1.3 km W of Madryn Castle.
II*Church of St TwrogGwyneddSituated in the centre of Llandwrog village in raised roughly circular-shaped churchyard.
II*Church of St TydechoGwyneddThe church stands at the S end of the village of Mallwyd, by-passed by the present A470.
II*Church of St. DwyweGwyneddWithin a churchyard to the W side of the A496 in the small hamlet of Llanddwywe.
II*Church of the Holy CrossGwyneddThe parish church stands at the centre of the village, within an oval churchyard.
II*Moriah Methodist ChapelGwyneddThe building is located at the centre of the village, set back from and below the road; opposite the Lloyd George Memorial Museum. The lawned churchyard has a low rubble boundary wall to the road.
II*Parish Church of St DeiniolGwyneddWithin its own raised and walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
II*Parish Church of St IlltydGwyneddSet back slightly from the main road on a slight rise; set within its own circular, walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St MaryGwyneddLocated in the village centre at the end of the lane and set within its own walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St MaryGwyneddThe parish church lies on a small by-passed section of the main road at the junction with the Cwm Pennant road. It stands within an irregularly shaped graveyard and is approached through a lych gate.
II*St John's ChurchGwyneddProminently located on an elevated site against the steep, rocky slope of the hill, at the end of St. John's Hill.
II*Church of St CadocMonmouthshireSituated by the principal crossroads in Raglan, in a churchyard contained within a stone wall which is entered by a C19 lychgate.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsMonmouthshireIn the centre of Llanvihangel-ystern-llewern, in a gently sloping churchyard.
II*Church of St Stephen and St Tathan (Tatheus)MonmouthshireIn the centre of Caerwent village.
II*Church of All SaintsMonmouthshireSituated in centre of hamlet of Kemeys Commander, W of main A 471 road.
II*Church of Our Lady and St Michael R CMonmouthshireOn the west side of Pen-y-pound and one of the varied group of historic buildings on the main north-eastern access to Abergavenny.
II*Church of Saint DavidMonmouthshireSituated in isolated hillside position some 400 m up lane running N from A471 from junction about 1 km N of Llancayo.
II*Church of Saint Mapley/ MabliMonmouthshireSituated at E side of Llanvapley village, on N side of road.
II*Church of Saint PeterMonmouthshireSituated in Bryngwyn village, on W side of lane some 500m N of junction with old A40.
II*Church of Saint TeiloMonmouthshireSituated at S end of Llanarth village on E side of road in large churchyard.
II*Church of St CadocMonmouthshireIn a gently sloping churchyard in the centre of village of Penrhos.
II*Church of St CadocMonmouthshireApproximately 1km N of The Hendre; and, apart from the close proximity of Llangattock Manor and Llangattock Farm, in an isolated position approximately 300m west of the lane between Hendre and Newcast
II*Church of St CatwgMonmouthshireIn a relatively isolated position about 2.4km SSW of Monmouth, in the fork of two lanes which run S up towards Cwmcarvan Hill.
II*Church of St CybiMonmouthshireIn the centre of Llangybi village immediately to the east of The White Hart P.H.
II*Church of St DingatMonmouthshireAbout 5km WSW of Monmouth, on the N side of the junction of four minor roads, and close to the E side of the earthworks marking the site of Dingestow Castle.
II*Church of St GovanMonmouthshireSituated in isolated site above Church Farm, about 2.5 km s of Penyclawdd church on minor lane to Llanishen.
II*Church of St IlltydMonmouthshireIn the centre of Mamhilad village.
II*Church of St JamesMonmouthshireLocated on the S bank of the River Monnow, at the end of a short track leading N off the A465, approximately 1km SW of Llangua Bridge.
II*Church of St MadocMonmouthshireOn the east side of the Caerleon road about 700m south of Usk bridge,
II*Church of St MartinMonmouthshireProminently sited on an earthwork which forms the churchyard at the intersection of two roads at Pen-y-clawdd.
II*Church of St MaryMonmouthshireAbout 9km WSW of Monmouth, on the W side of a northward bend in the minor road between Dingestow and Raglan
II*Church of St MaryMonmouthshireSituated on the western edge of the modern village.
II*Church of St MaughanMonmouthshireDelightfully situated in rolling farmland approximately 7km NW of Monmouth, in an almost isolated position down a narrow lane off the NE side of the B4347.
II*Church of St MichaelMonmouthshireApproached by a lane running south from the road between Raglan and Cobbler's Plain and about 300m from it.
II*Church of St MichaelMonmouthshireIn the centre of Mitchel Troy village, on the N side of the old road from Monmouth to Raglan.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsMonmouthshireSituated between Green Farm and Old Court Farm south of Caldicot Road.
II*Church of St OudoceusMonmouthshireOn the eastern edge of the village of Llandogo close to the main road (A466). Set in a sloping, polygonal shaped, churchyard with rubble boundary wall.
II*Church of St Thomas a BecketMonmouthshireIn the centre of Wolvesnewton village on the north side of the road west from Cobbler's Plain.
II*Church of St WonnowMonmouthshireAbout 2.5km SW of Monmouth, close to Wonastow Court on the S side of the minor road between Monmouth and Dingestow. Screened from the road by trees, but a conspicuous and attractive feature of the vi
II*Church of St. AndrewMonmouthshireIn the centre of Tredunnock village.
II*Church of St. BartholomewMonmouthshireAbout 1200m north of Llanover village by the River Usk and on the west side of the minor road from Llanellen to Llanfair Kilgeddin.
II*Church of St. BrideMonmouthshireOn the eastern boundary of the Community about 200m north of the A40 and approached off the Raglan road up the hotel drive to the north of Aberffrwd Bridge.
II*Church of St. CadocMonmouthshireBy the River Usk and the railway line to the south-west of The Bryn.
II*Church of St. DavidMonmouthshireTo the south centre of Llanddewi Rhydderch village.
II*Church of St. MaryMonmouthshireOn the street continuing Church Street east out of the town centre.
II*Church of St. MichaelMonmouthshireAbout 250m to the south-west of the village centre down a dead end road off the B4598.
II*Church of St. PeterMonmouthshireAbout 1500m north-east of Monmouth approached from the roundabout at the north entrance to the town.
II*Church of St. Thomas a BecketMonmouthshirePart of a group immediately outside Monnow Bridge forming the centre of the historic suburb of Overmonnow.
II*Church of the Holy CrossMonmouthshireAbout 500m north of Kilgwrrwg House and approached by a footpath from it. Kilgwrrwg House is about 3km west of Devauden village approached by a long cul-de-sac lane.
II*Llanwenarth Baptist ChurchMonmouthshireSituated near the centre of Govilon in a large burial ground immediately north of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
II*Parish Church of St PeterMonmouthshireSituated in the flood plain of the River Usk and reached from the by-road south of the A40. Churchyard retains some good monuments.
II*Parish Church of St. ElliMonmouthshireProminent location on sloping ground: spire visible from afar. Church is set in large churchyard, surrounded on all sides by minor roads. Two further large churchyards to the S.
II*RC Church of St Mary and St MichaelMonmouthshireSituated immediately N of Llanarth Court, between the mansion and the former stable block.
II*Tabernacle Baptist ChapelMonmouthshireAbout 2.5km north of Forest Coal Pit, and just within the western boundary of the Community. On the east side of the river, reached by a lane from the minor road to Grwyne Fawr reservoir.
II*Wesleyan Methodist ChapelMonmouthshireProminently sited within the linear group of historic buildings leading to St. James's Square on the east side of Monmouth and about 300m east of the town centre. The Chapel is set back from the stre
II*Melincwrt Independent ChapelNeath Port TalbotSituated above and SW of Resolven on the E bank of Melin Court Brook.
II*Parish Church of At IlltydNeath Port TalbotIn an irregular churchyard between Llantwit Road and the Neath Canal by Llantwit Cemetery.
II*Beulah Calvinistic Methodist ChapelNeath Port TalbotLocated at the N end of Tollgate Park.
II*Capel Y TabernaclNeath Port TalbotSituated on the N side of Cwmgors some 100m S of the junction of Heol-y-gors and Llwyn Road.
II*Church of Saint CadocNeath Port TalbotSet in a small churchyard to SE of the ruins of Aberpergwm House; reached from the main drive to the house which leads off the main road SW of Glynneath.
II*Church of Saint CattwgNeath Port TalbotIn a prominent position on a bend on the SE side of Church Road.
II*Church of Saint PeterNeath Port TalbotSituated on the S side of the High Street in a prominent position.
II*Church of St TheodoreNeath Port TalbotSet within a rectangular walled churchyard, with memorial park to the R and vicarage and mission room to the L.
II*Ebenezer ChapelNeath Port TalbotIn a prominent position in the square between the shopping centre and the Civic Centre, and backing onto the River Afan.
II*Hen EglwysNeath Port TalbotLocated on the hillside, Graig Fawr, north of Margam Park. Accessed by a footpath which leads SW off the road along Cwm Bach. In a prominent and spectacular position.
II*Old Town Church of St ThomasNeath Port TalbotLocated in a spacious churchyard within Church Place.
II*Parish Church of St DavidNeath Port TalbotProminently situated near Victoria Gardens Park by the junction of St David’s Street with Orchard Street.
II*St Catherine's ChurchNeath Port TalbotProminently situated on the corner of School Road with Old Road.
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.
II*Church of Saint Martin of ToursPembrokeshireSituated in churchyard raised above Church Street and Chapel Lane.
II*Church of St. AidanPembrokeshireIn a square churchyard on the right bank of the Eastern Cleddau, 300 m N of Llawhaden Bridge.
II*Hermon Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated set back from the street line W of No 21, in raised paved forecourt.
II*Bethesda Baptist ChurchPembrokeshireSituated near the centre of Haverfordwest, on the E side of Barn Street near its junction with City Road and Perrots Road.
II*Brynhenllan ChapelPembrokeshireSituate in Brynhenllan village, at the top of the slope to Pwllgwaelod.
II*Caldey AbbeyPembrokeshireOn hillside above the village, about 500m SE of the harbour
II*Church of Saint AndrewPembrokeshireOn the S side of the minor road through Robeston West.
II*Church of Saint DavidPembrokeshireSituated some 50m W of Caldey Abbey chapel.
II*Church of Saint DogfaelPembrokeshireSituated S of the Afon Anghof some 150m E of Sealyham Bridge and some 400m N of St Dogwells Farm.
II*Church of Saint MaryPembrokeshireIn a prominent position in the centre of the village.
II*Church of Saint MaryPembrokeshireIn a prominent position on the S side of the road through Wiston and some 200m S of Wiston Castle.
II*Church of Saint MaryPembrokeshireOn the N side of Burton at the end of Church Road.
II*Church of Saint MaryPembrokeshireProminently sited on rising ground at the head of Saint Mary's Street.
II*Church of Saint MaryPembrokeshireSituated in sloping churchyard between Texaco Oil Refinery and Pembroke Power Station and S of inlet at Pwllcrochan Flats. To be converted to a private house (1993).
II*Church of Saint PeterPembrokeshireSituated at the SE end of the village of Marloes, above and to the S of the main street.
II*Church of St AndrewPembrokeshireSituated in isolated site some 2km E of Nevern, approached by lane running N and then W off Nevern-Glanrhyd road.
II*Church of St BrynarchPembrokeshireSituated some 350m N of bridge over Afon Nyfer.
II*Church of St CaradocPembrokeshireAt the W of Lawrenny village, at the entrance to the grounds of the former Lawrenny Castle.
II*Church of St DavidPembrokeshireSituated at Brawdy Farm, some 500m S of Rhydygele crossroads, which is some 1.5km NE of Penycwm.
II*Church of St FlorencePembrokeshireCentrally placed in a compact village.
II*Church of St GwyndafPembrokeshireSituated in walled churchyard in centre of Llanwnda.
II*Church of St HywelPembrokeshireSituated on S side of lane some 1.8km S of junction with A487 and some 1.5km SW of Croesgoch.
II*Church of St IshmaelPembrokeshireSituated in churchyard in centre of Camrose village.
II*Church of St JustinianPembrokeshireAbout 1km E of Scleddau, beyond farmhouse at end of track beginning on E side of A40, near old quarry, then across field to churchyard.
II*Church of St KatharinePembrokeshireSituated as the terminal feature of Hamilton Terrace.
II*Church of St LawrencePembrokeshire150 m S of the B4318 in Gumfreston.
II*Church of St LeonardPembrokeshireJeffreyston
II*Church of St LlawddogPembrokeshireSituated at west edge of the village, some 500m W of the Castle. Medieval tower, the rest rebuilt 1853-5 by Benjamin Ferrey of London, replacing a church of 1836-7 by Daniel Evans.
II*Church of St PeterPembrokeshireIn centre of village, in churchyard to E of main road.
II*Church of St Peter & St CewyddPembrokeshireSituated on E side of main road in village.
II*Church of St RhianPembrokeshireSituated in Llanrhian village about 100m NE of crossroads.
II*Church of St. ElidyrPembrokeshire4 km S of village of Lampeter Velfrey, about 400 m N of Ludchurch village, in a square churchyard partly walled.
II*Church of St. Jeffrey and St. OswaldPembrokeshireIn the centre of the village of Jeffreyston. The churchyard is circular with late C19 extensions N and E. There is a preaching cross (separately listed) to the S side and a small free-standing mortuar
II*Church of St. MaryPembrokeshireIn village of Begelly, 0.5 km N of the A477(T). The church is in a large churchyard with low stone wall, stile and lychgate to N.
II*Ebenezer Congregational ChapelPembrokeshireSituated set back some 50m N of junction with East Street.
II*Hodgeston Parish ChurchPembrokeshireIn Village of Hodgeston, E of Lamphey
II*Manoreifi Old ChurchPembrokeshireSituated just above Teifi flood meadows, some 1.1km ESE of Llechryd Bridge.
II*Parish Church of Saint NicholasPembrokeshireProminently situated on S side of village on W side of road; raised rounded graveyard.
II*St Elidyr's ChurchPembrokeshire1 km N of Amroth Village, in an isolated group with Amroth Farm and the old village school. The group is called 'Castle Back'. The church is in a roundish graveyard surrounded by walls and hedges.
II*St. Michael and All Angel's ChurchPembrokeshireStackpole
II*St. Twynnell's ChurchPembrokeshire800 m N of B4319 by a side road opposite Loveston Farm
II*St.Issell's ChurchPembrokeshire1Km N of the village of Saundersfoot. The church stands in a large undulating graveyard through which a stream passes.
II*Tabernacle Congregational ChurchPembrokeshireSituated on SW corner of City Road, facing across main road to St Martin's Church.
II*Zion Free ChurchPembrokeshirePembroke Dock
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.
II*Bethesda Welsh Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on an island site within the grid pattern of the neighbouring streets in this central area of Ton Pentre just W of the river and railway crossing and adjacent to the churchyard of St John Yst
II*Church of St CatherineRhondda Cynon TafProminently sited in its own churchyard raised above the level of Gelliwastad Road.
II*Church of St Illtyd, St Gwynno and St DyfodwgRhondda Cynon TafLocated in an elevated position towards the centre of the village and to the W of the castle.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsRhondda Cynon TafSet within a square grassed enclosure and surrounded by housing.
II*Ebenezer Welsh Independent ChapelRhondda Cynon TafSituated on the main thoroughfare in a commanding position above the road and next to the Police Station.
II*Elim Pentecostal ChurchRhondda Cynon TafSituated in a terrace in Knight Street, some 30 m uphill from its junction with the A4059.
II*St Elvan's ChurchRhondda Cynon TafProminently set in a small churchyard on an eminence in the centre of the town. Reached from Victoria Square, up Church Street and from Canon Street.
II*St John the Baptist Parish ChurchRhondda Cynon TafSet in a oval churchyard on the western edge of the town centre. Part rubble walled and railed boundary.
II*St.Peter's Parish ChurchRhondda Cynon TafSituated in a sloping rectangular churchyard, the W end fronting Llewellyn Street, the main thoroughfare.
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.
II*Church of All SaintsTorfaenIn a rural location on the NE side of Llanfrechfa some 300m E of the junction of Church Road and the B4236.
II*Church of Saint PeterTorfaenSituated in a rural location some 2.8km S of the old village at Henllys.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsTorfaenAbout 300m west of the junction with the A4042 on the north side of New Inn.
II*Church of St Michael and All AngelsTorfaenIn a churchyard on the SE side of Newport Road some 140m SW of its junction with Llantarnam Road.
II*Crane Street Baptist ChurchTorfaenIn Pontypool town centre backing onto Pontypool Market.
II*St Peter's ChurchTorfaenSituated at the bottom of Church Road, on the south side, set back behind railings.
II*Church of St AndrewVale of GlamorganOn low-lying ground in the centre of the hamlet, a still rural community NW of the urban development of Dinas Powys, standing in a roughly rectangular churchyard with retaining wall incorporating ston
II*Church of St BleiddianVale of GlamorganIn the centre of St Lythans hamlet, set back from the road, reached by a short track and surrounded by a roughly circular walled churchyard incorporating stone stiles.
II*Church of St BridgetVale of GlamorganSet within a polygonal churchyard on the hillside, towards the NW end of St. Brides Major.
II*Church of St BriseVale of GlamorganIt is within the boundary fence of RAF St Athan on the south side of a right-angled bend in the road and hidden by trees.
II*Church of St CadocVale of GlamorganAt junction of Coldbrook Road West and Brock Street in small churchyard.
II*Church of St CadocVale of GlamorganIn the centre of the village.
II*Church of St CattwgVale of GlamorganIn the centre of Llanmaes village.
II*Church of St CurigVale of GlamorganOn the eastern boundary of the community set to the south-east of Porthkerry village green.
II*Church of St Dyfan and St TeiloVale of GlamorganBarry
II*Church of St GeorgeVale of GlamorganA little to the E of the hamlet of St Georges which developed round Castle Farm, main approach from N, the centre of a small cluster of buildings grouped round the churchyard, close to the Ely River.
II*Church of St GilesVale of GlamorganIn the centre of Gileston village and immediately to the east of Gileston Manor.
II*Church of St MaryVale of GlamorganIn the centre of Penmark village on the north side of the road to Barry.
II*Church of St MaryVale of GlamorganAbout 200m east of the road junction in the centre of Monknash on the south side of the road going towards St Donats.
II*Church of St MaryVale of GlamorganIn the centre of Wenvoe village, fronting the main thoroughfare, in a roughly rectangular churchyard entered through a stone arch at NE.
II*Church of St Michael the ArchangelVale of GlamorganIn the centre of Flemingston village.
II*Church of St PeterVale of GlamorganIn the village centre set within a large walled rectangular churchyard with entrances at SE and SW.
II*Church of St. BrynachVale of GlamorganAt the very southern point of the community and about 1.5 km south of Penllyn village.
II*Church of St. JamesVale of GlamorganLocated on the N side of Church Street in the centre of Wick Village. Located in a roughly rectangular churchyard
II*Parish Church of St HilaryVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of St Hilary village.
II*Parish Church of St Michael and All AngelsVale of GlamorganLocated to the S of Llanmihangel Place, set on a slope on the opposite side of the road facing Llanmihangel Place, set within the churchyard, to the SW of the barn and stable at Llanmihangel.
II*Parish Church of St NicholasVale of GlamorganReached from the north side of the main A 48 road and set within low walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of The Holy TrinityVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of Llandow village, opposite The Great House.
II*St Illtyd's Parish ChurchVale of GlamorganLocated at the centre of the Village, W of Llantrithyd Place.
II*St Peter's ChurchVale of GlamorganOn E of minor road branching off Sully Road. To N of Cogan Old Hall Farm.
II*Church of Saint MaryWrexhamIn a wooded churchyard on the W side of Bersham village.
II*Church of Saint MaryWrexhamAt right-angles to High Street, in churchyard which runs between High Street and School Lane.
II*Church of SS Marcella and DeiniolWrexhamSituated in the centre of the village set back from the road in a rectangular churchyard.
II*Church of St ChadWrexhamIn a large churchyard and the most prominent building in the village, W of The Square and N of Hanmer Mere.
II*Church of St John the BaptistWrexhamIn a large churchyard opposite Bettisfield Hall Farm, beyond the N end of the village.
II*Church of St. DunawdWrexhamSituated in a rectangular churchyard set back from High Street.