Holywell is a market town, named after a holy well known from the Roman occupancy, but later dedicated to St Winefride,
and marketed as the Lourdes of Wales.
Holywell is a council area, which is given as the postal town for villages in the area, providing a total population around 9,000.
From lead mining, copper and cotton milling industries, along the valley to the north east of the town,
a port on the Dee Estuary was developed, now served by the  Greenfield locality category.
Along the A5026 to the east is the council for  Bagillt
The A5026 south east of Holywell leads to the  Halkyn locality category.
Brynford is to the south west, and the A5026 to the north west leads
to Carmel, Gorsedd, and  Whitford Council.
North of Whitford village, is  Mostyn Council on the Dee Estuary.

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Holywell Amateur Swimming Club
Includes news, calendar, results, club organisation and photos from this club which offers age-group and masters competitive swimming.
Holywell High School
Details of mixed comprehensive school for 11-18 year olds.
Holywell Rambling Club
Organises walks for ramblers in North Wales and surrounding areas. Offers club news, recent walks, walk reports, photo gallery and sample walks.
Holywell Town Council
Guide to the town that calls itself the Lourdes of Wales. Tourism promotion, links to local businesses and government administration.
Perth Y Terfyn Infants School
A non selective infants and nursery school for the ages 3 to 7 years. Includes class details and important dates.
A Schwarz and Sons
Optometrists provide team profile, with history, information about the services, opening times and contacts.
St Winefride's Well
Information about this holy well, ancient pilgrimage site and St Winefride’s House. Includes accommodation for pilgrims and social media links.
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