North East Wales Archives access consultation

Why are we doing this?

North East Wales Archives logo, a black compass with a red needle pointing North East (top right)

Hello. Please talk to us about the North East Wales Archives.

Flintshire's and Denbighshire's record offices have joined together to become North East Wales Archives. North East Wales Archives collects historical records relating to Denbighshire and Flintshire and preserves them for future generations, whilst enabling and promoting access by the public.

We will be applying for a National Heritage Lottery grant fund in 2021, to help us build a brand new record office in Mold, next door to Theatr Clwyd.


What do we want to know?


We would like to make sure that the new record office is accessible and appealing to a wide range of people. To help us to do this, we would be grateful if you could fill in our questionnaire and tell us a bit about yourself, your experience with the Flintshire or Denbighshire records offices, and what you might like to see from such a service in the future.

​The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.

Location: Denbighshire County Council, North Wales

  • Start date 11 October 2020
  • End date 30 November 2020
  • Methods Questionnaire - Online
  • Supplier Denbighshire County Council

What we found out

Please check back for results

What difference has it made?


Department/ service area:

Corporate Support Service: Performance, Digital and Assets

Full address:

County Hall
Wynnstay Road
LL15 1YN


Strategic Planning and Performance Team .

Contact numbers: