Enjoy the benefits of living in, or visiting this splendid village community!
Cilcain is one of the finest places to live in North East Wales. Many families move home within Cilcain, but few leave the village! Find out about the wide range of village activities. If you organise a village activity, or offer a trade or service, let me know so that you can be included.
Keith Humphreys has researched the names on the war memorials in our church and chapel and has published the details on the Flintshire War Memorials web site. Why not take a look on this 100th anniversary of the Great War?
Click on names on the memorial for more information.
Oil is no longer the least expensive heating fuel in the UK
Electricity Standard Rate 15.0 p/KWh
Mains Gas Standard 5.3 p/KWh
Kerosene @ 50p Litre 5.6 p/KWh (May 2018)
Propane @ 74.24p Litre 11.7 p/KWh
Seasoned Wood 19.32p Kg 5.8 p/KWh
Pellets 5.5 p/KWh
Air Source Heat Pump 6.9 p/KWh
Coal 5.8 p/Kwh
If you are a visitor to our village we hope you enjoy the splendid scenery around Cilcain and whatever activity you set out to do.
But Please -
Don’t be a tosser - Take your litter home!
Cilcain Village Gardens
July 7th, 2018. 11:30am - 17:00pm.
Refreshments: Home-made teas at the Village Hall.
Admission to all gardens: Adult: £5.00. Child: Free
Cilcain is a very pretty and colourful village and as a community, we run our own Village Hall, Show and Plant Fair. We now invite you to come along and enjoy 4 of our gardens to raise funds for the NGS and our new Village Hall Garden.
Parking is available at the Village Hall and the church, and by the Old Water Pumping Station. Enjoy a circular walk of about 1.4 miles to cover all gardens.
Rest and admire the views at Nyth y Wennol (3) with its borders and vegetable plot, then carry on to the bottom of the hill turn left and see Delfryn (4) a large well planted cottage garden with pond, woodland, large vegetable plot, roses, hydrangeas and seats to relax on. Only disabled parking on drive please, otherwise by the Old Water Pumping Station. Then walk up Pentre hill to Ty Mawr (2) with its flowery meadow and specimen trees and shrubs. A short walk back towards the A541 brings you to Lon Cilan where the immaculate Number 6 (1) can be found on the right hand side.
Tickets, maps and good cakes are available at the Village Hall. Wheelchair access is not easy through all the gardens.