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