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Flintshire Record Office

What does the Record Office do?

Flintshire Record Office was established in 1951 and moved in 1956 to its present location at the Old Rectory, Hawarden, an 18th century, grade II listed building set within its own grounds.

Flintshire Record Office seeks to preserve our county's unique archival heritage by collecting, listing and storing historic records of all kinds and making them available to the public. 

Why do people use the Record Office?

People use Flintshire Record Office for many reasons, including research for/into:

  • family history
  • the history of their house
  • local history – towns, villages, buildings, organisations, prominent people and events
  • school and college assignments and dissertations
  • publications such as books and magazine/journal articles

 

How do I visit the Record Office?

Tobook a place in the Searchroom, please telephone: 01244 532364 

or e-mail: archives@flintshire.gov.uk

Submit an enquiry (will open an e-form)

There is no charge for visiting Flintshire Record Office or for consulting records held there.


The following policies have recently been updated. 

Collections Development Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 127KB new window) 
Collections Information Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 129KB new window) 
Preservation Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 98KB new window) 
Policy on Access to Archives 2014 (PDF.doc 104KB new window) 
Policy on Outreach and Promotion 2014 (PDF.doc 94.8KB new window) 
Volunteer Placement Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 95KB new window)