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Abergwydol

Abergwydol is a village in the Welsh principal area of Powys located on the A489 road between Cemmaes Road and Penegoes. It is part of the community of Cadfarch.

Aberhafesp

Aberhafesp is a small village and community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales. It is located about five miles West of Newtown on the B4568 close to the river Severn. The Church of St. Gwynog dates back to the 13th century but was largely rebuilt i ...

Aberhosan

Aberhosan is a village in the Welsh principal area of Powys, located between the historic town of Machynlleth and village of Dylife. It is in the historic county of Montgomeryshire. Nearby is a memorial opened in 1990, the broadcasting company of ...

Abermule with Llandyssil

Abermule with Llandyssil is a community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, including the villages of Abermule and Llandyssil, and had a population of 1527 as of the 2011 UK Census. It also includes settlements of Llanmerewig and Green Lane. The co ...

Abernant, Powys

Abernant is a hamlet 6 miles south of Builth Wells, Powys and is 75 miles from Cardiff and 150 miles from London. In the spring of the form above Abernant, near summit Bank g Windows 472м, and passes through Abernant, to join the river Wye. There ...

Abertridwr, Powys

Not to be confused with Abertridwr, Caerphilly Abertridwr pronunciation of Welsh is a small village in the historic County of Montgomeryshire in North Powys and close to lake Vyrnwy in the civil community of the parish Lantina. It is located at t ...

Aberyscir

Aberysgir is a village in the community of Yscir, Powys, Wales, which is 35 miles from Cardiff and 146 miles from London. int his village there are around 10 famillies one of which are the field family

Allt Lwyd

Allt Lwyd is a top of Waun Rydd in the Brecon Beacons National Park, in southern Powys, Wales. The summit is heathery and marked by a small pile of stones. Found it at the end of Waun Rydds the South-East ridge. He goes Talybont reservoir, and ha ...

Alltmawr

Alltmawr is a village in the community of Errwd, Powys, Wales, which is 44 miles from Cardiff and 144 miles from London. St Mauritius Church at Alltmawr is counted as being one of the smallest in Wales.

Arddlin

Arddlin is a village in Powys, central Wales. It lies about 5 miles north of Welshpool. Previously worked at the railway station in Arddleen railway network of the Cambrian. Media related to Arddlin Commons

Argoed, Powys

Argoed is a small village in the community of Nantmel, Powys, Wales, which is 55 miles from Cardiff and 152 miles from London. In Argoed water mill built in 1840. He stands on the nant Treflyn, a tributary of the river Wye, near hall Doldowlod, L ...

Battle, Powys

Battle is a village in the community of Ysgir, Powys, Wales, which is 36 miles from Cardiff and 145 miles from London. The Battle standing stone is an impressive Bronze Age monument and is 3.96m in height.

Bausley with Criggion

Bausley with Criggion is a community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, and is 87 miles from Cardiff and 148 miles from London. In Bausley and Criggion Community Council dates back to at least 1761. Villages in the community include Criggion, Coed ...

Beacon Hill, Powys

Beacon Hill is a hill in central Powys, Wales, located north-west of the town of Knighton. Its summit is 547 metres above sea level.

Beacons Reservoir

Beacons Reservoir is the northernmost of the three reservoirs in the Taff Fawr valley in South Wales. It is owned by Welsh Water. As its name suggests, it is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park in the Powys unitary authority area and with ...

Beggars Bush, Powys

Beggars Bush is a hamlet in the community of Pencraig, Powys, Wales, which is 55 miles from Cardiff and 137 miles from London. A round barrow is situated nearby, known as "Beggar’s Bush Barrow". The first recording of the name was in

Belan, Powys

Belan is a hamlet, situated 3.5 miles southwest of Welshpool, in Powys, Wales. It belongs to the community of Welshpool. The Belan Locks, built around 1800 as part of the Montgomery Canal, are nearby.

Beulah, Powys

Beulah is a village in southern Powys, Wales, lying on the Afon Cammarch. The village sits astride the main A483 road about 8 miles south-west of Builth Wells and is 49 miles from Cardiff and 154 miles from London. The advantages to the pub and s ...

Blaen-y-glyn

Blaen-y-Glyn Hill is an area in the community of Llangurig, Powys, Wales, which is 67 miles from Cardiff and 160 miles from London. Blaen y Glyn Waterfalls is in the area, and Cadw listed round cairn also lies nearby.

Bleddfa

Bleddfa is a village in which lies on the road from Knighton to Penybont and is located in the community of Llangunllo, Powys, Wales. It is 5 miles from Knighton, 57 miles from Cardiff and 141 miles from London. The two FORTS belonging to around ...

Bodfach

Bodfach is a hamlet in the community of Llanfyllin, Powys, Wales, which is 89 miles from Cardiff and 160 miles from London. Nearby Bodfach estate dates back to 1160, when Einion Efell inherited the land from his father Matoga AP Maredudd, Prince ...

Bont Dolgadfan

Bont Dolgadfan is a small village off the B4518 road in Powys, Wales. It is part of the community of Llanbrynmair and forms a community ward for elections to the community council. There are two main estates in Bont Dolgadfan itself, and place th ...

Boughrood

Boughrood is a village in the community of Glasbury in Powys, Wales. Historically, Radnorshire, the village is situated near the river Wye between hay-on-Wye and Builth wells. The river Wye passes to the West and North of the village, and a bridg ...

Boughrood Brest

Boughrood Brest is a community in Glasbury-on-Wye, Powys, Wales, which is 39 miles from Cardiff and 138 miles from London. It lies close to the banks of the River Wye, between Boughrood itself and Glasbury.

Brithdir, Powys

Brithdir is an area in the community of Berriew, Powys, Wales, which is 78 miles from Cardiff and 151 miles from London. It lies to the north-east of Berriw and is noted for its motte and bailey castle.

Buttington

Buttington is a village in Powys, Wales, less than 3 km from Welshpool and about 300 m from the River Severn. The Montgomery Canal passes through the village. The village stands on a slight rise above the rivers floodplain, by the ancient ford ca ...

Caehopkin

Caehopkin is a village in Powys, Wales. It lies between Abercraf and Coelbren in the Swansea Valley on the border of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Previously, it was a mining town, but many of the mines in the area closed in the 1960-ies, suc ...

Cantref Reservoir

Cantref Reservoir is the middle of the three reservoirs in the Taff Fawr valley in Wales. It is owned by Welsh Water. It is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, mostly in the Powys unitary authority area and within the historic county bou ...

Carreghofa

Carreghofa is a community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, and is 89.6 miles from Cardiff and 153.6 miles from London. In 2011 the population of Carreghofa was 667 with 10.2% of them able to speak Welsh. The largest settlement in the community i ...

Cascob

Cascob is a small village in Powys. It is located in a valley five miles to the south-west of Knighton. The village is part of Whitton, Powys. The village is situated to the east of Radnor Forest, an area of moorland just within Wales. It also li ...

Castle Caereinion

Castle Caereinion is a small village and community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales upon the River Banwy, around 8 miles west of Welshpool, and 4 miles east of Llanfair Caereinion. In 2011, the ward resided 592. Castle Caereinion railway station ...

Cefnllys

Cefnllys was a medieval town in Radnorshire in central Wales. Only St Michaels Church remains standing, with mounds indicating the remains of other buildings existing before the decline of the town in the 19th century. Close by on the hill known ...

Cemmaes

Cemmaes is a village in northern Powys, Wales, in Glantwymyn community. The population consisted of 935 in 1841, it fell sharply in the period between 1881 and 1891 from 946 to 729. There was a railway station in the village on the Mawddwy railwa ...

Cemmaes Road

Cemmaes Road is a village in Powys, Wales. It is in the community of Glantwymyn. The village was named in English after the now closed station Cemmes road on the Newtown and Machynlleth railway, now part of the Cambrian line. Cemmes road was also ...

Cilmeri

Cilmeri is a village and community in Powys, mid-Wales in the historic county of Brecknockshire, two and a half miles west of Builth Wells on the A483 to Llandovery. The village is served by Cilmeri railway station on the Heart of Wales Line. In ...

Clipyn Du

Clipyn Du is a mountain in northern Powys in Wales. Also known as Tarren Bwlch-Gwyn or Siambwr Trawsfynydd, it is one of the higher summits of the area and is located a few miles north of Pumlumon. Tarren Bwlch-Gwyn is the name of a steep-sided e ...

Commins Coch

Commins Coch is a small village on the A470 in the county of Powys in Wales. It is part of the Glantwymyn community. Cummins Koh is notable for the narrow bridge set at right angle that crosses the Afon Twymyn. The size and angle of the bridge li ...

Cradoc, Powys

Cradoc is a small village, about two miles northwest of Brecon, Wales. It lies within the administrative community of Yscir and partly within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Its principal attractions are Cradoc Golf Course and the nearby hill o ...

Craig Cerrig-gleisiad

Craig Cerrig-gleisiad is a subsidiary summit of Fan Fawr in the Fforest Fawr section of the Brecon Beacons National Park, South Wales. It makes up half of the Craig Cerrig-gleisiad and Fan Frynych National Nature Reserve with its sister peak Fan ...

Craig y Cilau

Craig y Cilau is a limestone escarpment in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Powys, Wales. It was declared a national Park in 1959, because of its importance for wildlife, particularly plants. It is located on the North side of Mynydd Llangatwg ...

Criggion

Criggion is a village in Powys, Wales. Criggion Radio Station was located nearby. A branch of the now defunct Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway terminated at Criggion. St. Michael and All Angelss Church was built of red brick in 1770 and the ...

Crug Hywel

Crug Hywel is a flat-topped mountain at the southern edge of the Black Mountains in south-east Wales. It rises to 451 m above sea level, from the southern flank of Pen Cerrig-calch, and overlooks the town of Crickhowell, to which it gives its nam ...

Cwmgiedd

Cwmgiedd is a small village beside the River Giedd within the community of Ystradgynlais, Powys, Wales. It lies 22.5 km north-east of Swansea and 253 km west of London. The quiet village is a 1943 British propaganda film about the destruction of ...

Cwmwysg

Cwmwysg is a small rural community southwest of Trecastle in the valley of the Usk river, Powys, Wales. It includes Saron independent Church, originally built in 1822 and rebuilt in 1856. Humpback stone bridge over the river USK is a grade II cat ...

Cwrt y Gollen

Cwrt y Gollen was a British Army training base, 2 miles south-east of Crickhowell and just north of the A40 road and the River Usk, in southeastern Powys, Wales.

Cyrniau Nod

Cyrniau Nod is a mountain summit in north east Wales. It is a former Marilyn, the Marilyn summit now being the nearby Foel Cedig. Its summit has the Snowdonia National Park boundary running through it. A number of rivers and streams rise from nea ...

Derwenlas

Derwenlas is a hamlet in northern Powys, Wales. It is part of the community of Cadfarch. Part of the historic County of Montgomeryshire sir Drefaldwyn from 1536 to 1974, it lies on the banks of the river Dovey, and was once a port serving the mar ...

Dolau

Dolau is a small village in Powys, Mid Wales. It is situated in the community of Llanfihangel Rhydithon on the edge of Radnor Forest, in the historic county of Radnorshire. In the 2011 Census the population Llanfihangel Rhydithon totalled 228 res ...

Dolfach

Dolfach is a village in Powys, Wales, located on the main A470 road between Llanbrynmair and Talerddig. The villages name translates as "small meadow".

Dolfor

Dolfor is a small hamlet in the north of Powys, Wales. It is located about three miles to the south of Drenewydd, at the junction of the B4355 and A483 roads. It is in the historic county of Montgomeryshire Source Miwl river is near the village. ...