I wish to thank Colin Down for his help with this website.
His own website is a personal collection of route guides
and pictures that will allow you to experience some
of his favourite cycle rides

The Rhydymwyn Valley Site

North Wales Wildlife Trust

North East Wales Wildlife

Rhydymwyn Service Station

A very informative site and well worth a visit even if you are not interested
in what is on-they have that as well of course
Links to other sites
and other Useful Contact Numbers
These exhibitors came to the first Village Show in 2008
The Honey House
Either click on a button or an image or a different coloured underlined title
to visit each of these websites below-there are 60 on this page
The Rhydymwyn and Hendre Community Group have selected the above links as of potential interest to the local community but can take no responsibility for their content.  
If you find that a site has moved or is inactive please be kind enough to email me at webmaster@rhydymwyn-hendre.org/
The northern section of this route follows
the Clwydian Range and gives superb
views and excellent walking
The Clwyd
Badger Group
For information on
Butterfly Conservation
and a downloadable chart of
native welsh butterflies
This trail goes between
Llanymynech  and Basingwerk
Abbey, near Holywell
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Follow this link for information on what to do
when you come across fly-tipping.
The Valley Site Archeological Report
from Birmingham University
The Flintshire Leisure Drive
wants a future where everyone , everywhere can enjoy seeing and hearing
bats as a natural part of their environment. Join the
BCT to help ensure
that bats and their habitats are around for future generations to enjoy
The Mold Cape in the
British Museum
Members of the FORV were treated to a marvellous day on Hilbre Island
with the
Friends of Hilbre. Visit their website to find out what they do.
During the last ten years a dedicated group of friends from the Penyffordd area have
raised thousands of pounds for the benefit of local charities.
Every year they organise, and take part in, a variety of sponsored events,
including walks, cycle rides and horse rides.
Their 2007 appeal raised a magnificent £9000 for Macmillan Cancer Support
I would like to add here my personal thanks to George Jones for his technical
help and seemingly endless patience with the construction of this website
Thanks George
are open to all who want to
"recycle" that special
something rather than throw
it away.One rule: everything
listed must be free.
Contact Wagtails if you have old bedding-
quilts,bedcovers,  blankets and also suit cases,
they can make very good use of them
Why not share your car journey with someone else .
Community RePaint
provides an outlet for
unwanted reusable paint
while helping local
communities and individuals.
Financial help available if you're planning to make energy
saving improvements to your home.
Every year Clwyd Practical Classics hold a classic car show at Caerwys in July and
a smaller show in Northop in September to raise money for charities in the local
area.The Show is held at Barlows Caravan Park, Caerwys Nr. MOLD.
Signposted from the A55 (exit 31) or A541 at the Caerwys Junction.
It is an excellent show with over 600 vehicles, stalls and other attractions set in
beautiful surroundings with all the profits going to charity.
Changing the world one gift at a time
The North Wales Wildlife Trust is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts across the UK and one of 6
Welsh Wildlife Trusts.  Our vision is a North Wales rich in wildlife and enjoyed by all