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.