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Please visit our new website at:

In April 2020, Flintshire Record Office merged with Denbighshire Archives. North East Wales Archives, or NEWA for short, represents a new joint service for the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire. We now have a new joint website, and this web-page will soon become obsolete.

Collections At Flintshire Record Office

At Flintshire Record Office we hold records relating to the county of Flintshire, dating from the 13th century to modern times. Access to these collections is free, and professional staff are available to assist you in finding the information you require.  
You can view detailed descriptions of our main collections on the Archives Wales website.
Please visit our Catalogues and Indexes page to search our online catalogue.
The types of record we hold include:
Flintshire County Council and the former Clwyd County Council
District and parish/community councils
Churches and chapels
Clubs and societies
Poor-law unions
Quarter sessions and magistrates’ courts
Families and estates
Businesses and industries
Books/pamphlets/periodicals about the local area
Political parties
Personal papers
Microfilm records
We also hold the following records on microfilm: 
Parish Registers
Bishop’s transcripts
Tithe apportionments
Probate indexes (on microfiche)

Collections Policies

Collections Development Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 127KB opens in new window) 
Collections Information Policy 2014 (PDF.doc 129KB opens in new window)