- 70 Chester St, Flint CH6 5DH
- 49 Northop Rd, Flint CH6 5LG
- 44 Chester St, Flint CH6 5DH
- 55 Northop Rd, Flint CH6 5LG
- 13 Chester St, Flint CH6 5NR
A town and settlement in Flintshire, Wales, Flint (Welsh: Y Fflint) is situated on the estuary of the River Dee. It was once the county seat for the county of Flintshire. With a population of 12,804 as of the 2001 Census and 12,953 as of the 2011 Census, Flint is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Holywell and Bagillt are part of a larger urban area with a total population of 26,442 as of 2010.
To the north of Mold, in northeast Wales, is the city of Flint, which sits right on the estuary of the River Dee. Views from Flint include Halkyn Mountain to the south and the Wirral across the estuary. More specifically, Flint is fewer than 12 miles (as the crow flies) from Liverpool, England, and its metropolitan region. On the other hand, due to the presence of two estuaries, the time required to get between them by land is nearly doubled.
The town of Flint is included in both the Delyn British parliamentary constituency and the Delyn Welsh Assembly constituency. Governmentally speaking, Flint is a township under the jurisdiction of the Flintshire County Council.
Service from Manchester Piccadilly to Llandudno stops at Flint, which is on the North Wales Coast Line and is therefore accessible via Transport for Wales. Moreover, some London Euston-Holyhead Avanti West Coast trains stop here, as do those traveling north and south between Cardiff and Holyhead. Arriva Buses Wales is in charge of the bus system.
St. Richard Gwyn Catholic High School, Flint High School, and Ysgol Maes Hyfryd are the three secondary institutions that serve the community. Some of the best Flint elementary schools are the Gwynedd School, Cornist Park School, Ysgol Croes Atti (Welsh medium), St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School, and Ysgol Pen Coch.
Hotels in Flint
- The North Wales
Address: 68 Chester Road, Flint, CH6 5DT, United Kingdom
- Ewe Two
Address: Flint CH6 5ST, UK