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Flint Leisure Centre, Flint

Flint Leisure Centre
Flintshire Leisure Centre (aka the Pavilion) offers lots of activities to choose from on for a sunny or rainy day. It includes a regional indoor bowling centre and caters for a host of sports and recreation activities.

Inside, there is also a ten pin bowling alley, a soft play area, a fitness/gymn suite, a well kept 25 metre swimming pool and learner pool; multi activity dance and fitness studios. Various classes are held in the centre.

There is a cafe and licenced bar on the premises as well and not forgeting the outdoor skate park.

website: go to Flint Leisure Centre website

tel: 0845 603 2121

address: Flint Pavilion, Earl Street, Flint, Flintshire, CH6 5ER

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Flint Skate Park, Flint

Flint Skate Park
Located behind Flint leisure centre, the skatepark is modern and suitable for all levels of expertise. It is well kept, smooth and the ramps are high enough to raise the adrenalin levels.

The park is suitable for skateboards, skooters and BMXs. The park can get busy so bare this in mind.

If one of the kids is in the pool and you are relaxing with a coffee in the leisure centre, the skateboarder can show off his skills to his skateboarding brotherhood.

website: go to Flint Skate Park website

tel: 0845 603 2121

address: Flint Pavilion, Earl Street, Flint, Flintshire, CH6 5ER

on the map: directions to Flint Skate Park

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Flint Castle, Flint

Flint Castle
Flint Castle was the first of Edward I's ring of castles along the North Wales Coast. Flint chosen as an ideal site as only a day's march away from Chester, built on a rocky mass of land with plentiful resources on hand. It took seven years to build in total. The castle saw plenty of battle action over the years however in 1647 Oliver Cromwell order it to be dismantled to prevent further military use.


Today the castle ruins are open to the public daily 10am -4pm and access is free.Dogs are welcome on a lead.

website: go to Flint Castle website

tel: 01443336000

address: Off Northop Road, Flint, Flintshire

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Diving, Flint

Diving
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The old court house cafe, Flint

The old court house cafe
If in Flint, you should visit the Old Court House café for a coffee and homemade cake. The Old Court house is the second oldest building in Flint, dating back to the late 1500s / early 1600s. The Grade II listed building has been renovated and many of the original features retained; it is believed the staircase was salvaged from the famous steamship the Great Eastern designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The cafe is open six days a week and serves a wide selection of coffees and teas as well as paninis and sandwiches.

tel: 01352730916

address: 34 Church Street, Flint CH6 5AE

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