- Community advice
- Care services in your own home
- Caring dads
- Cleaning Services
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in Flintshire
- Crime and disorder strategy
- Events – advice for organisers
- Intercountry adoption
- Noise and Nuisance
- The Mentoring Project
- Young people - information and advice
- Youth service
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)
The Council provides a wide range of services offering information and advice to the public.
Information in this area
Home Care Agencies who contract with Flintshire and are based in the County
‘Caring Dads Cymru’ is a group work programme for fathers, which addresses the impact of domestic abuse within a family context.
The cleaning section for Flintshire County Council is part of Facilities Services located within the Lifelong Learning directorate.
This page provides residents and visitors to the Flintshire area with information about the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system operated by Flintshire County Council. The system covers commercial areas and some residential areas.
Flintshire County Council, the Police and other partner agencies have launched a three year strategy to bring down levels of crime and disorder in the county.
For your event to be successful it must first and foremost be safe both for those attending it and those hosting it.
In 2000, Fire Brigades in the United Kingdom attended 936,500 fires or false alarms. The latest figures indicate that the total number of fire related deaths fell to an estimated level of 600. Fire is by far the biggest risk for a disaster in your home.
Inter country adoption involves the adoption of a child from another country. Only local authorities and other registered and approved adoption agencies can assist you with this process.
The Council Tenancy Agreement states quite clearly that tenants and their visitors must not cause nuisance to neighbours. Nuisance includes persistent noise from music, dogs, car engines, etc or abusive behaviour or disturbance which causes distress to other people.
What is a Mentor? A Mentor can offer you support and guidance. In this project, Mentors are ordinary people from the local area - men and women of all ages and backgrounds. Our Mentors are Prince's Trust volunteers (not paid!) who are interested in helping and supporting young people.
Young people - information and advice
The Youth and Community Service provides informal educational and recreational opportunities to young people aged 11-25, delivered through a network of youth clubs, projects, outreach and mobile facilities and School based youth workers.