Information - Areas of Flintshire - Holywell

Area profile

The town of Holywell is based in the North of Flintshire, close to the Dee Estuary which it overlooks. The town has a population of around 6000 people. Holywell takes it's name from St Winefride's Holy Well, one of the seven wonders of Wales.


The town has a number of local shops, supermarkets, facilities and services. The town has a high school and 4 primary schools. There is a wealth of community activities, clubs and societies. The Holywell has good transport links to North Wales and the North West of England.


There are a number of local authority and housing association homes. The private rented sector offers good opportunities for people to gain affordable accommodation.


For more information about Holywell, please visit www.holywell-town.co.uk


View Housing Housing in Holywell:


Holywell - Town Centre


Holywell - Pen y Maes


Holywell - Strand


Holywell - Holway 


Holywell Photos

Holywell Properties

PRIVATELY RENTED PROPERTIES

We don't have exact figures of Privately Rented accommodation in the area but research suggests:

There is a MEDIUM availability.

 

Local Facilities

FACILITIES

Leisure Centre/Sports Facilities     Library     School     Park     Police Station    

You can get more information on the area from the Flintshire Council site.


SCHOOLS

You can get information on Schools in this area here.


HEALTH

You can get information on local Health facilities here.