Flintshire Archives and Libraries

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For a list of archives and libraries on the national level, go to the Wales Archives and Libraries page.

Record Office[edit | edit source]

Flintshire Record Office
The Old Rectory
Rectory Lane
Hawarden CH5 3NR UK
Telephone: 01244 532364
Email: archives@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Flintshire Record Office

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.

Libraries[edit | edit source]

Broughton Library
119 Broughton Hall Rd
Broughton CH4 0QQ UK
Telephone: 1244 533727
Email: broughton.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Broughton Library

Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery
The Precinct
Buckley CH7 2EF UK
Telephone: 01244 549210
Email: buckley.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery

Connah's Quay Library
Wepre Dr
Connah's Quay
Deeside CH5 4HA UK
Telephone: 1352 703730
Email: connahs.quay.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Connah's Quay Library

Gladstone's Library
Church Lane
Hawarden CH5 3DF UK
Telephone: 1244 532350
Email: enquiries@gladlib.org
Website: Gladstone's Library

Mold Library & Museum
Earl Rd
Mold CH7 1AP UK
Telephone: 1352 754791
Email: mold.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Mold Library & Museum

Museums[edit | edit source]

Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery
The Precinct
Buckley CH7 2EF UK
Telephone: 01244 549210
Email: buckley.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery

Buckley Museum tells the story of the town of Buckley, primarily through the history of its potteries.

Mold Library & Museum
Earl Rd
Mold CH7 1AP UK
Telephone: 1352 754791
Email: mold.library@flintshire.gov.uk
Website: Mold Library & Museum

The Mold Museum is on the first floor with displays showing the development of Mold as a market town and two rooms re-creating Victorian novelist Daniel Owen’s study and tailor’s shop.