- Community and living
- Births, Deaths, Marriages and Civil Partnerships
- Clubs and societies
- Community advice
- Communities first
- Crime Prevention
- Flintshire Connects
- Funerals, Cremations and Bereavement
- Equality and diversity
- Flintshire Community Safety Partnership
- Support groups
- Tell Us Once
- Voluntary organisations
- Welsh language
- Youth support
Flintshire Neighbourhood Watch AssociationBetsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board (new window)Flintshire Citizens Advice Bureau (new window)Flintshire and Wrexham Local Safeguarding Children Board (new window)Flintshire Local Voluntary Council (new window)Fire and Rescue Service (new window)North Wales Police (new window)Welsh Government (new window)
Community and living
Information about how to get involved in Flintshire's communities, and services helping you with your life in Flintshire.
Information, support and advice relating to Bereavement Services, burials, cemeteries, funerals, memorials etc
The Register Office is your first point of contact for enquiries relating citizenship.
The Council provides a wide range of services offering information and advice to the public.
Crime prevention information within Flintshire can be found in this section
Our aim is to work together to tackle community safety issues in Flintshire to ensure that the county is, and feels like, a safe place to live, work and visit.
You can find lots of useful information on support groups within Flintshire
Flintshire County Council works with a wide variety of voluntary organisations
The county of Flintshire is situated in north-east Wales. Wales is a bilingual country where the indigenous language, Welsh, is spoken by around one fifth of the population
Information and advice for youth support plus links to useful websites