Police station opens at Flintshire Connect Centre Holywell


A new police station for people in Holywell opens on Monday November 19.


The police have relocated from their Halkyn Street base to the new Flintshire Connects centre in the historic and re-furbished Old Town Hall Building.


The public will now be able to access local policing services at the centre, which is open six days a week, including Saturday mornings.


The centre will act as a public sector hub on the High Street bringing together the services of North Wales Police, Flintshire County Council, Deeside College, Job Centre Plus and Communities First.

The public will be able to use the new police base as a point of contact for:


• Local policing issues

• Reporting crime and anti-social behaviour

• Reporting other incidents

• Producing driving documents

• Police-related advice

The Flintshire Connects Centre in Holywell is the first of its type in North Wales and the new modern facility that will improve the way services are delivered to the residents of the town.

Inspector Jeff Moses, North Wales Police said; “From a police perspective we are excited about the Flintshire Connects project in Holywell. The facilities are modern and very good. They are in a central location in the town. As this is the first facility of its kind in North Wales I am very pleased that it's happening in this county. The new facility will make North Wales Police even more accessible to the public than we were in the old Police Station in the town.”

The Centre will be officially opened by Councillor Carolyn Thomas, Vice Chairman of Flintshire County Council and Mark Polin, Chief Constable of North Wales Police on Friday November 30 at 3.45 pm.