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.