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Listed below are those ecclesiastical parishes which were in historic Breconshire, Wales.

Under the Local Government Act 1972, the county and administrative county of Breconshire were abolished, for both local government and ceremonial purposes, on April 1, 1974.

Today, these parishes are to be found within:

the modern County of Powys

Note: This section is currently being updated! Many of the places listed below are NOT parishes!

Click on a parish name for more information:

Abercrave Devynnock Llandefalley Llangynidr Penderyn
Abergwessin Eglwys Oen Duw Llandeilo'r-fân Llangynog Pennorth
Aberllynfi Erwd Llandilo-Afan Llanhamlach Pentrebach
Allt-mawr Erwood Llandilo-Vane Llanigon Pipton
Battle Faenor Llandovery Llanilid Pontsticill
Bettws-Penpont Fenni-fach Llandulas-in-Tyr-Abbot Llanilltud Rhidybriw
Blackrock Ffawyddog Llandyfaelog Fach Llanlleon-vel Rhosferig
Brecon Garth Llandyfaelog Tre'r-graig Llanllywenfel Rhyd-y-bryw
Bronllys Garthbrengi Llandyfalle Llansaintffraed Rhydybriw
Broynllis Gilwern Llaneglwys Llansanffraid Senni
Bryn-Mawr Glangrwyne Llaneigon Llansbyddyd Sennybridge
Brynllys Glasbury Llaneleu Llanspyddid St. David Within
Brynmawr Glyn




 

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