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Halkyn

Halkyn (Welsh: Helygain, Flintshire Welsh: Lygian) is a village in Flintshire, north-east Wales and situated between Pentre Halkyn, Northop and Rhosesmor. At the 2001 Census the population of the community was 2,876.

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Halkyn United F.C.
... Halkyn United F.C ... is a Welsh football club representing the Flintshire villages of Halkyn, Pentre Halkyn and Rhosesmor, near Mold, in Wales ... They play their home games at Pant Newydd, which is also home to Halkyn Cricket Ground ...
Mold Castle
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Pentre Halkyn - Village
... The village of Pentre Halkyn is fairly small featuring a shop, a post office, football and cricket grounds and a play area ... Pentre Halkyn also has a hotel down by the A55 called the Springfield Hotel ... One of the many sights is quarry trucks going to the quarries situated on Halkyn Mountain ...
Milwr Tunnel - Extension
... the tunnel, at rates of up to 45 feet weekly, to a point beneath Halkyn Mountain by 1919. 11 hours later St Winefride's Well, where water from the Halkyn Mountain system had resurged several miles away, ran dry as the water table fell ... Following takeover by the Halkyn District United Mines Ltd in 1928, the tunnel was progressively extended, reaching Olwyn Goch in 1931 and intersecting several valuable and productive new veins ...
Halkyn - Amenities
... Note that the post office closed in April 2011 but a new location is being sought nearby ... Two public houses, The Britannia and the Blue Bell Inn http//www.BlueBell.uk.eu.org/ ...