|Ancient Monuments Society
|Promoting interest in Ancient Monuments
|Churches Tourism Network
|Encourages religious tourism
|Directory and news of conservation, restoration and repair of old buildings
|Welsh Historic Monuments - listing body
|Heritage centre based in the former Soar Chapel, Merthyr Tydfil.
|The Chapels Society
|Promoting interest in the chapels of England
| Project in the National Library of Wales to digitise all the tithe maps of Wales
|Friends of Friendless Churches
| Working to save redundant Churches
|National Churches Trust
|Grants and advice to UK churches, chapels and meeting houses
|National Library of Wales
| Holds 'Capeli Cymru' - a database of artefacts and literature relating to chapels - and the archive of the Presbyterian Church of Wales (Calvinistic Methodists)
|The National Museums & Galleries of Wales
|Artefacts relating to the development of non-conformism in Wales
|Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Wales (RCAHMW)
|Holds chapels database listing all the non-conformist chapels and churches in Wales and a large archive of photographs, descriptions and surveys of chapels
|The Victorian Society
|Promotion and preservation of Victorian architecture. Holds lectures and tours of Victorian architecture frequently including chapels
|Looking at Buildings
|Established by the Pevsner Architectural Guides. The site contains many links to other useful websites as well as illustrations, interactives and reference resources on the built environment.
|Mostyn History Preservation Society
|Local history website
|Website giving free information on how to restore and repair your historic building.
|Historic Places of Worship in Europe
| Promotes cooperation across Europe.
|War Memorials Trust
|Promotes protection and conservation of war memorials throughout the UK.
|Welsh Religious Buildings Trust (Addoldai Cymru)
|Cares for a selection of religious buildings, especially chapels.
|West Wales War Memorial Trust
| Commemorates the men and women from Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, who have fallen in conflicts throughout the world.