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The modern county of Flintshire, Wales was created in 1996 and bears little resemblance to the historic county of Flintshire which was abolished on 1 April 1974.

Today, the county comprises the civil communities of:

English Name Welsh Name
Argoed Argoed
Bagillt Bagillt
Broughton and Bretton Brychdyn a Bretton
Brynford Brynffordd
Buckley Bwcle
Caerwys Caerwys
Cilcain Cilcain
Connah's Quay Cei Connah
Flint Y Fflint
Gwernaffield Gwernaffield
Gwernymynydd Gwernymynydd
Halkyn Helygain
Hawarden Penarlâg
Higher Kinnerton Kinnerton Ucha
Holywell Treffynnon
Hope Yr Hob
Leeswood Coed Llai
Llanasa Llanasa
Llanfynydd Llanfynydd
Mold Yr Wyddgrug
Mostyn Mostyn
Nannerch Nannerch
Nercwys Nercwys
Northop Llaneurgain
Northop Hall Neuadd Llaneurgain
Penyffordd Penyffordd
Queensferry Queensferry
Saltney Saltney
Sealand Sealand
Shotton Shotton
Trelawnyd and Gwaenysgor Trelawnyd a Gwaenysgor
Treuddyn Treuddyn
Whitford Chwitffordd
Ysceifiog Ysceifiog

The county town is Mold.


 

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