- 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.
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.
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.
Holywell Amateur Swimming Club - Includes news, calendar, results, club organisation and photos from this club which offers age-group and masters competitive swimming.
Holywell Town Council - Guide to the town that calls itself the Lourdes of Wales. Tourism promotion, links to local businesses and government administration.
A Schwarz and Sons - Optometrists provide team profile, with history, information about the services, opening times and contacts.
Holywell High School - Details of mixed comprehensive school for 11-18 year olds.
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.
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