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A to Z of services in Flintshire
Gypsies and Irish Travellers are recognised in law as minority ethnic groups and are protected under the Race Relations Amendment Act .
The list of assets for Gwernymynydd
Useful Links and Advice
Gypsies and Travellers
How to report it and who deals with graffiti.
Information about how to pay for the garden waste collection service, order additional brown bins and how the collection service runs.
Environmentally friendly options to consider when arranging a funeral.
How and where to find information published by the Council; Datasets; Charges
The Council provides a grass cutting service in a number locations and at key facilities around the County
View useful information about garden bonfires including the laws, risks and how to report a bonfire problem.
The list of assets for Gwernaffield
Local authorities are responsible for a number of regulatory functions in relation to gambling
How to contact the Council with a general enquiry, including useful telephone numbers.
Garden Waste Collections
All Flintshire young people will be supported to be safe, healthy, reach their potential and be free from disadvantage and inequalities of opportunity
Advice on purchasing a grave in Flintshire. There are different types of graves available within our cemeteries
ReAct helps people affected by redundancy gain new skills and encourages recruiting employers to employ a redundant worker.
Within the Cemetery at Kelsterton, Connah's Quay. How to arrange a memorial plaque.
The Valley Trust is a registered company and charitable organisation, established to manage the Greenfield Valley on behalf of Flintshire County Council.
Information relative to Governors can be found here.