Flintshire is the most north eastern unitary authority of Wales on the border with  Chester,
West Cheshire and The Wirral.
Wrexham, formerly part of Flintshire now forms a separate County Borough, to the south.
Denbighshire is the unitary authority to the west, with
its north coast resort of  Prestatyn on the boundary
 
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Please do not suggest websites directly to this category.

Instead, please only suggest websites to a sub-category, preferably to a locality that can be verified on the website.
Business websites should be suggested to the locality  Business and Economy category,
according to where the business premises are physically located.
Failure to comply will result in delay in getting listed.

For websites for arts and entertainment establishments, artists, musicians and photographers, in Flintshire;
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Bagillt Council, population around 4,000, consists of a series of villages, along the south bank of the Dee Estuary,
between  Flint and  Greenfield, served by the A548.
Bagillt Council has its boundary with  Hollywell, inland along the A5026 to the north west.
This category lists websites inland to Watt's Dyke, whereas those for locations further inland
to the south west are included in the  Halkyn locality category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Bagillt,
or show a postal address within Bagillt Council area.

Brynford Council, population around 1,000, consists of a village, south of  Hollywell and the rural area south and west of the A55.
To the east is the village of Pentre Halkyn, and south east Halkyn Mountain, which are represented by the 
Halkyn locality category, whereas areas to the south are represented by  Lixwm.
To the west of Brynford, the hamlet of Babell is within Ysceifiog Council area, which is represented by the Lixwm category.
whereas those for areas further north west should be listed in the  Caerwys locality category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Brynford,
or show a postal address within Brynford Council area.

Buckley is a town, population around 16,000, east of  Mold and the River Alyn.
This category includes websites for minor conurbations surrounding the town, such as
Burtwood Pentre to the east, and Myndd Isa and New Brighton to the west,
as well as rural areas around the A494 to the north, and A5104 to the south.
South of the River Alyn, websites are represented by the category for  Leeswood.
South east of Buckley, websites are represented by the category for  Penyffordd.
East of the A55 is  Hawarden Council, with websites
immediately north east in  Ewloe.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about the town of Buckley, or show
a postal address east of the River Alyn, east of Mold, north of the A5118, within the area
bounded by the A494, and A55 south west of Ewloe.

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The range of service may be included in the description there.

Caerwys is a town in west Flintshire, and Caerwys Council, population around 10,000, which has a border
with Denbighshire, over the Clwydian Range, at   Tremeirchion Council, to the west,
with   Aberwheeler and   Llandyrnog to the south, separated by the A541.
The Flintshire community council of Ysceifiog is to the east, represented
by the  Lixwm locality category.
The A55 crosses the north of the council, with  Whitford to the north.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Caerwys,
or show a postal address within the Caerwys Council area.

Deeside is the name given to the conurbation of towns and villages along the mouth of the River Dee,
where it has been industrialised from the original marsh land and docks.
This category provides links to the localities bearing the names of those towns.
Websites for the industrial areas to the north of the Dee are listed under  Sealand,
whereas those along the south bank are listed according to those towns and villages,
and can be found  here.

Please resist suggesting websites directly to this category.
Instead suggest them to the most appropriate sub-category in their  locality.

For websites for Education establishments and specialised tuition, such as driving schools, in Flintshire,
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Ewloe is a small town, population around 5,000, which is included in the council for  Hawarden to the west.
This category includes websites for the area where the A494 from  Shotton and  Queensferry
in the north east, meets the A55 from Broughton and  Penyffordd in the south east,
heading north west, north of  Buckley.
The largest conurbation is St David's Park to the east of the A55/A494 interchange, but this
category includes websites for areas around Ewloe Green, north of the A55,
and Ewloe Hall south and west of the A55.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about town of Ewloe,
or show a postal address for Ewloe.

This category leads to websites about community administration within the county of Flintshire,
including local government, policing, the judicial system, taxation and the military.
At local level, community councils may be listed under the  Government Topic [ ], but where
these websites provide a guide or directory of local amenities, history, attractions
and/or businesses, they are listed with the  Guides and Directories Topic.
Individual politicians and their parties are listed under the Society and Culture category , and
are best seen under the  Politics Topic.
Please suggest websites to the appropriate locality so that they me be added to the
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This category leads to websites about the village and surrounding area administered by Gwernaffield Council,
west of  Mold, to the south bank of the River Alyn (Afon Alun), south of Rhdymwyn,
then to the east bank of the Alyn, which forms the boundary of  Cilcain to the west.
This includes the villages of Pantymwyn and Pont-newydd, south to the boundary with  Gwernymynydd, north of the A494.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Gwernaffield, or show a postal address within Gwernaffield Council area.

This category leads to websites about the village and surrounding area administered by Gwernymynydd Council,
west of  Mold, south of  Gwernaffield west to the east bank of the River Alyn (Afon Alun),
south to the boundary with Denbighshire at Loggerheads and Maeshafn
(where websites are included in the  Llanferres locality).
This includes the rural area south of the A494, to the boundary with  Nercwys.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Gwernymynydd, or show a postal address within Gwernymynydd Council area.

This category leads to websites in the Halkyn Council area south of  Holywell, west of Wat's Dyke, around the A55, including
Pentre Halkyn, Halkyn Mountain, and Rhes-y-cae.
Websites for the area to the east, in the councils of Northop and Northop Hall are listed in the  Synchyn locality category
whereas those south of the River Alyn are listed in  Gwernaffield, those to the south west in  Nannerch.
with  Lixwm and  Brynford to the north west.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address
within the Flintshire area of Halkyn, south of Holywell.

For websites for Health establishments and professionals, in Flintshire,
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Holywell is a market town, named after a holy well known from the Roman occupancy, but later dedicated to St Winefride,
and marketed as the Lourdes of Wales.
Holywell is a council area, which is given as the postal town for villages in the area, providing a total population around 9,000.
From lead mining, copper and cotton milling industries, along the valley to the north east of the town,
a port on the Dee Estuary was developed, now served by the  Greenfield locality category.
Along the A5026 to the east is the council for  Bagillt
The A5026 south east of Holywell leads to the  Halkyn locality category.
Brynford is to the south west, and the A5026 to the north west leads
to Carmel, Gorsedd, and  Whitford Council.
North of Whitford village, is  Mostyn Council on the Dee Estuary.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about town of Holywell, or if including Holywell
in the postal address, but not available as a locality for an outlying village.

This category leads to websites about the village of Hope (Yr Hob in Welsh) and surrounding area administered by Hope Council.
The village is served by the A550 from  Penyffordd to the north along the River Alyn valley, to the  Wrexham boundary at Sydallt.
This category also includes websites for the village on the west bank of the Alyn, Caergwrle, and the hamlet of Abermorddu to the Wrexham border.
Hope Mountain is to the west of Caergwrle, and websites for the area further west are included in the  Llanfynydd council category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about the Hope Council in South East Flintshire,
which includes the villages of Hope and Caergwrle, and rural areas near the Wrexham boundary, with Hope in the postal address.

This category leads to websites in the Leeswood Council area, population around 2,000, south east of  Mold,
along the A541, west of  Penyffordd, north west of Caergwrle and  Hope.
Websites for Pontblyddyn and Pontybodkin are listed in this locality category, whereas those for
the area further south to the Wrexham boundary are listed in  Llanfynydd to the south.
Treuddyn is for those south west of Pontybodkin along the A5104 to the boundary with Denbighshire,
whereas those between Treuddyn and Mold are listed in  Nercwys.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address
within the Flintshire area of Leeswood and Pontblyddyn, south east of Mold.

Lixym is the largest conurbation in the Ysceifiog Council, population around 1,300.
Ysceifiog Council stretches across Ysceifiog Lake, west towards  Caerwys,
and is separated in the south from  Nannerch by the A541.
The hamlet of Bebell is within the north boundary of Ysceifiog Council, so websites for Bebell are included here,
but those for further north of Lixwm, are included in the  Brynford locality category,
whereas those to the east of Lixwm, are included in the  Halkyn locality category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Lixwm, or show a postal address within the Ysceifiog Council area.

Llanasa is the council that administers the northern tip of Flintsshire, from the south bank of the Dee Estuary at Ffynnongrowy,
north west to the lighthouse at Talacre, and west along Gronant Dunes.
Gronant is the most north western village in Flintshire, before  Prestanyn in  Denbeighshire.
Set south of the A548, east of Gronant and south of Talacre is the village of Gwespyr, with the village of Llanasa south of these.
Directly south of Llanasa is Axton, with the villages of Trelogan and Berthengam to the east, before the councils of 
Mostyn to the Dee Estuary and  Whitford south east.
The hamlets of Gwaenysgor and Trelawnyd, with the A5151 leading west across the county boundary to  Dyserth.
The boundary runs south east, including some remains of Offa's Dyke, along the A5151 to Pen-ffordd-llan,
Lloc and Gorsedd, where websites are included in the Whitford Council category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about thee northern area of Flintshire.
Besides the area administered by Llanasa Council, until there are sufficient websites for a separate category,
websites for the joint Council of Trelawnyd and Gwaenysgor may be included here, preferably showing a postal address within the area.

This category leads to websites about the village and surrounding area administered by Llanfynydd Council,
south east of   Treuddyn on B5101, around Offa's Dyke and the River Cegidog
as it flows towards Wrexham, then east to Cefn-y-bedd.
This includes the rural area west of the village around Bryn Common, south to the boundary with Wrexham at  Brymbo.
To the east is Hope Mountain and the village of Caergwrle, where websites are included in the  Hope locality.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Llanfynydd,
or show a postal address within Llanfynydd Council area.

Mold is one of the oldest towns in central Flintshire, population around 10,000, named after
the mound on the west bank of the Alyn valley, site of a Norman motte and bailey castle.
This category leads to websites about the town, and area surrounded by
Gwernaffield to the north west on the south bank of the Alyn,
Halkyn Council to the north of the Alyn,
with Soughton (Sychdyn in Welsh) directly north of Mold.
Mynydd Isa and Buckley to the east,
Argoed Council southeast,  Nercwys south, and
Gwernymynydd south west.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about the town of Mold in central Flintshire,
or show Mold in the postal address.

This category leads to websites in the Mostyn Council area, on the south bank of the Dee Estuary between north west
along the A548 from  Greenfield, to Ffynnongroyw, where Point of Ayr, westwards is represented by the  Llanasa,
Inland, websites are represented by  Whitford to the south west,
and  Holywell to the south.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address
within the Flintshire area of Mostyn, on the south bank of the Dee Estuary between Greenfield and Ffynnongroyw.

This category lists websites for the Nannerch area of east Flintshire on the west of the Clwydian Range, to the
boundary with Denbighshire at  Aberwheeler and  Llandynrog.
Caerwys is to the north,  Cilcain to the south, with  Halkyn to the east.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a postal address
within the Flintshire area of Nannerch.

This category leads to websites about the village and surrounding area administered by Nercwys Council,
south of  Mold, and  Gwernymynydd, west to
the boundary with Denbighshire at Maeshafn, Eryrys and Nant
(where websites are included in the  Llanferres locality).
This includes the rural area south around Pentre to the boundary with  Treuddyn,
and east to   Leeswood

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Nercwys, or show a postal address within Nercwys Council area.

For websites for news and media establishments in Flintshire,
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Pen y ffordd is the Welsh for "head of the road", and occurs elswhere in Wales, such as the hamlet of
Pen-y-ffordd in the  Mostyn Council category.
This category lists websites for the village and council of Penyffordd, and includes Higher Kinnerton council
on the east boundary of Flintshire, including Kinnerton Green
but not Lower Kinnerton Parish Council which is over the country border.
To the south is the boundary with Wrexham, shared with  Hope.
Leeswood is to the south west,  Buckley to the north west,
with Broughton and  Hawarden to the north.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address within the area
of Penyffordd and Higher Kinnerton councils to the boundary with West Cheshire, north of Hope,
north east of Leeswood, south east of Buckley and south of Broughton and Hawarden.

This category lists websites for the south bank of Deeside, south of Garden City, north of  Hawarden,
north west of  Sandycroft, and south east of  Shotton.
Please only suggest websites to this category if they are exclusively about the Queensferry area of Deeside.
If the website does not show Queensferry in the address, please consider suggesting it
to the appropriate locality shown in  Deeside.
If the website shows other addresses in Flintshire, please consider the most appropriate sub-category in  Flintshire.
If the website shows addresses in both Wales and another country of the UK, then it may qualify for a sub-category available from  UK Topical.
For websites for about recreational and sporting organisations, activities and facilities in Flintshire.;
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This category lists websites for the north bank of Deeside, west and north of the village of Sealand,
to the north boundary of Flintshire with Cheshire at Saughall and Shotwick,
and east to the boundary with Chester, on the north bank of the River Dee.
The Sealand category includes websites for Garden City, north of the Dee, but websites
for the area south of the Dee should be listed in the  Queensferry category.
Please only suggest websites to this category if they are exclusively about the villages of Sealand or Garden City,
or non-business websites corresponding to the north of the Dee in the area defined.
If the website shows an address south of the Dee, please suggest it
to the appropriate locality shown in  Deeside.
If the website shows other addresses in Flintshire, please consider the most appropriate sub-category in  Flintshire.
If the website shows addresses in both Wales and another country of the UK, then it may qualify for a sub-category available from  UK Topical.
This category leads to websites for Shotton, an industrial town in the southern part of Deeside,
between  Connah's Quay and  Queensferry, north of  Ewloe

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address
within Shotton on the south bank of Deeside.

Sychdyn (also known by the Saxon name, Soughton) is in the southern part of Northop Council area,
north east of  Mold.
Halkyn is to the north west,  Flint to the north,
Connah's Quay is to the north west, and  Ewloe to the east.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address within
Sychdyn (also known by the Saxon name, Soughton) or the Northop area.

For websites for amenities and business providing transport for people in Flintshire,
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This category leads to websites about the village and surrounding area administered by Treuddyn Council,
south of  Mold, and  Nercwys, west to
the boundary with Denbighshire at Eryrys Rhy-y-ceirw and Graianrhyd
(where websites are included in the  Llanarmon-yn-lal locality).
This includes the rural area south around Rhydtalog to the boundary with Wrexham at Four Crosses,
Bwlchgwyn and   Brymbo, and east to   Llanfynydd.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about Treuddyn, or show a postal address within Treuddyn Council area.

This category leads to websites in the Whitford Council area, with Pantasaph, population around 2,300, north west of  Holywell,
separated from the Dee Estuary by   Mostyn.
The remainder the area of north east of Flintshire is represented by the  Llanasa locality category.
Websites for the area to the Denbighshire boundary south west over the A5026, including Llyn Helyg,
south to the A55, are included in this category.
The area further south to the Denbighshire boundary are listed in  Caerwys.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about, or show a the postal address
within the Flintshire area of Whitford, north west of Holywell.