Preservation of our unique collections for current and future generations; looking after your treasures at home.
If you want to learn more about the local history of Flintshire, or need help with tracing your family history, house history, or the history of your local area, then Flintshire Record Office might be able to help you.
Contact details and opening hours
How to make an enquiry; what advice we can offer; using our Research Service.
Types of records held at Flintshire Record Office dating from the 13th century to modern times; collections requiring advance notice to view; records on microfilm.
Online indexes and catalogues of records available at Flintshire Record Office; CALMView catalogue; Subjects, Places and Personal Names indexes.
Booking in advance; what to bring with you; how to prepare for your visit; what to expect on the day of your visit.
Record Office news; events that may be taking place during the months ahead – regularly updated.
Source Guides: What kinds of sources we hold; What information they contain; How you can use this information for your research. User Guides: House History, Family History and other popular types of research.
One to One sessions; Research Service; Reprographics; Photocopying; Digital Photography; Use of cameras in the searchroom; Fees and charges.
How to view historic photographs from our collections.
Record Office prints, posters, postcards and books for sale.
School group visits; Twilight teacher sessions; Key Stage 2 and 3 resources; Schools newsletter.
How to loan, donate or bequeath archival material to the Record Office.
The Friends of the Clwyd Archives was set up in 1994 to promote and support the work of the four record offices in north-east Wales: Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.