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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.

Visit Cilcain Community Cafe

Saturday afternoons

Cilcain Village Hall

Find out about

Cilcain Play Group  HERE

War memorials in the church and chapel

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.

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News in Cilcain


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  

 Take your litter home!

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The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th July at 7pm in St Mary’s church.

Another very successful

Cilcain Village Gardens Day

July 13th 2019   11:00a.m. 17:00p.m.

Home made teas at the Village Hall.

Admission to all gardens £6.00. Children free.

Many thanks to everyone who supported the Cilcain Gardens Open day yesterday. The weather was glorious last year, not so good this, but we still got far more visitors, about 410, and with the help of the NGS it looks like we will have raised around £3,500 for our chosen charities, principally Macmillan Cancer Care.

Many thanks to the volunteers who helped with ticket and plant sales, the catering team who sold so many cakes that they had to send out for more and principally, of course, the gardeners who put endless hours into their gardens bringing them up to levels of perfection that brought endless compliments throughout the day.

Here is just one of the emails received from a visitor to our garden: "Just a note to thank you for sharing your wonderful garden with us today. By far the best garden we've visited recently with either NGS or any other scheme."

Thank you for coming and making it all our efforts worthwhile.

DELFRYN (Phil & Angela Parsons)             

6 LÔN CILAN (Val & Phil Higgins)

NYTH Y WENNOL (Keith & Margaret Humphreys)  

TY MAWR (Peter & Susan Richards)

STAC LEE (Sharon Davies & Ian Gough)    




 Permission is being sought for the detailed planning approval for construction of 18 dwellings on behalf of

The Cilcain Homes Partnership.

The proposed site is within the Cilcain conservation area.

You can find plans and more information HERE

The proposed access onto Mountain Road may be considered unsatisfactory and would conflict with the safe passage of existing traffic, cyclists and pedestrians. There is already congestion in the village centre which could only increase.

 Mountain Road frequently sees groups of walkers, including young children, horse riders and cyclists who use it to access the various routes within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at all times of the year.

A consultation process currently underway for the housing development and

An example objection template is available to

download HERE

Posted 3.8.19


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