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Upper Chapel, Powys

Upper Chapel (Welsh: Capel Uchaf) is a hamlet in the southern part of the county of Powys in mid Wales. It lies on the B4520, Brecon to Builth Wells road in the valley of the Afon Honddu. The south-flowing Honddu cuts deeply into the uplands of Mynydd Epynt north of Brecon. To the north and west of Upper Chapel lies the Army's Sennybridge Training Area (or 'SENTA').[1]

The hamlet lies 3 miles to the north of its sister settlement, Lower Chapel. Upper Chapel lies within the community of Merthyr Cynog whilst Lower Chapel lies within the neighbouring Honddu Isaf.


  1. ^ Ordnance Survey Explorer map sheet no 188 'Builth Wells/Llanfair-ym-Muallt'

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