Flood Warning Area Information for Clwyd

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Parts of Abergele, including Llys y Mor, Glan y Mor, Mor Awel and Min y Don

Castle Cove caravan park

Areas around the river Alyn from Llandegla to Rossett

The community of Bangor on Dee

Areas around the river Clwyd from Clocaenog to Rhuddlan

Communities to the west of the River Clwyd, including Kinmel Bay, Towyn, Belgrano and Pensarn

Communities to the East of the River Clwyd, downstream of Rhuddlan, including farmhouses and parts of Rhyl

Parts of the town from Penmaen Road to Morfa Drive including part of the A55 road at the Conwy tunnel

Areas around the river Conwy from Dolwyddelan to Conwy

Properties in the villages of Dolgarrog, Tal y Bont, Tal y Cafn, Maenan and Betws y Coed

Properties at risk include the areas along the coast from Parkgate to Burton. This includes North Parade, The Parade, Quayside, Marshland Road, Denhall Lane.

Areas at risk include Parkgate, Neston and Puddington, continuing to Blacon and Saltney, Chester

Areas around the river Elwy and river Gele, from Gwytherin to St Asaph and including Abergele

Properties along the English River Dee in Farndon, including Townfield Lane and Two Trees

The community of Ffynnongroyw

Parts of Ffynnongroyw, including Mormant Street, Airfield Avenue and the A548

Parts of the town including the Castle Park Industrial Estate and Evans Street to Marsh Lane

Dee Bank, Boot, Whelston, Wal-wen and Greenfield business park

The area inland of the railway line from Tan Lan to Shore Road and Presthaven Sands holiday park

The area alongside the Hawarden Embankment of the River Dee including Queensferry, Sandycroft, Saltney and Connah's Quay

The community of Kinmel Bay

The frontage from Sunnyvale Holiday Park to Golden Sands Holiday Park, including the Promenade and parts of the Sandy Cove Estate

Parts of the village on Beach Road

Llandudno town

The promenade from the pier to Craig y Don, including the Parade and parts of Mostyn Street

The promenade, recreation ground and inland towards the cricket ground including Lloyd Street West and Morfa Road

Parts of the village including Carradog Place, Shore Road, Glanmor Road and the Promenade

Parts of the town including Station Road, Conwy Terrace, Perthi, Cae Person and Parc yr Eryr

Parts of the village around Llong Bridge

Isolated properties and extensive areas of agricultural land in the Lower Dee flood plain

Parts of the town around Leadmill, Queens Park, Brook Street, Gas Lane and Broncoed Industrial Estate

The communities of Greenfield and Bagillt, from the outskirts of Flint up to Mostyn Docks

Areas around the rivers of North West Wales, from Abergwyngregyn to Aberdaron

Areas along the North Wales coast from the Dee estuary to the east coast of Anglesey

The area alongside the Northern Embankment of the River Dee, including Deeside Industrial Park, Garden City, Sealand and part of Chester West Employment Park

Properties on Penrhyn Avenue and Morfa Road including the golf course

Properties around Penrhyn Avenue and inland from the golf course to the lower parts of Mochdre

Parts of the village along the A541 adjacent to the river

The East Denbighshire coast covering extensive areas along the A548 from the outskirts of Rhyl to Prestatyn Golf Course

The frontage from Lido Beach Caravan Park to The Beaches Hotel including Beach Road West, Beach Road East and Pontins Holiday Village

The area inland from the promenade, inlcuding properties on Penrhyn Avenue, Colwyn Avenue and Colwyn Crescent

The frontage between Rhos Road and Abbey Road including the promenade and nearby properties

Holland Farm and cottages

Parts of the village, including Church Meadow, Nant Alyn road, Leete Avenue and the industrial estate

The area between West Parade and Wellington Road, from Butterton Road to the mouth of the River Clwyd

Rhyl Splash Point from Molineaux Road to Rhyl Golf Club

West Parade from Butterton Road to Sydenham Avenue

Glasdir housing estate in Ruthin

Areas around the River Clwyd from Castle Park Farm at Lon Fawr, towards Pont Howkin, including Cae Ddol, parts of Maes Ffynnon, Mill Street, Crispin Yard, Mwrog Street and the Park Place Hotel

Parts of Ruthin from Pont Howkin towards the football fields, including Mwrog Street, Ty'n y Parc, Parc y Dre and Cae Seren

Areas of agricultural land and isolated properties in the Conwy Valley

Roe Park, Hen Waliau, Spring Gardens and HTM Business Park

The area alongside the River Elwy from Dol-Belidr to Pen Rhewl including Wigfair, Pont Yr-Allt-Goch, Lower Denbigh Road and Cwrt Wigfair

Parts of St Asaph including the Roe, Tan-y-Bryn, Ashley Court and Dean's Walk

Parts of Abergele including Water Street, Kinmel Avenue, Dundonald Avenue, Pentre Mawr and Ffordd-y-Morfa. Parts of Pensarn including Craig-y-Don, Lon Kinmel, Lon-y-Gors and Lon-y-Cyll

Parts of Burton Road, Llay Road, Station Road, the Copse and properties on the right hand bank including Rossett Mill, Marford Mill and the Mill House

The community of Talacre from the gas terminal to Tyn y Morfa

Rivers Tern, Perry, Roden, Strine and Meese and their tributaries

The River Dee in England covers areas around Shocklach, Farndon, Handley, Lower Kinnerton, Chester and Puddington

Areas affected include properties In Lache including Green Lane, Courtney Road, Avonlea Close, and Elder Drive. Areas in Saltney along Boundary Lane, Thurston Road, and Stanley Park Drive. Also Chester Golf Club, Junction and Lache Eyes.

Parts of Towyn between the sea wall and the main coastal road, between Golden Sands caravan park and Abergele Train Station

The area immediately behind the sea wall, between Golden Sands caravan park and Abergele Train Station

Parts of the village from Penial Bridge towards Gwydir Lodges, and along the B5106 to the north of the village

Isolated properties and extensive areas of agricultural land in the Upper Dee flood plain