Llandefalle sits just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park in Powys, South Wales. The village is 6 miles north of Brecon and 3 miles west of Talgarth. The Triffrwd river passes to the east of the village before its confluence with the rivers Dulas and Llynfi at Pont Trephilip, 3km south east of Llandefalle.
Originally dedicated to St Maelog, the church in Llandefalle is now dedicated to St Mathew. The present building probably originated in the late 13th Century or early 14th Century, but much of it is 15th Century. Importantly there appears to have been little if any Victorian restoration. ....
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