Connah’s Quay is a town of great interest and potential. The Civic Centre complex, situated near the junction of Wepre Drive and the B5129 coast road, includes the County Council Offices, Library, Child Welfare Clinic, Swimming Pool and Civic Hall. The Swimming Pool, which is administered by Flintshire County Council, is 100ft. by 42ft. and has spectators’ gallery as well as learner pool. The Co-operative supermarket stands adjacent.
The Town Council enjoys particularly close links with the High School and recognises and supports its role as a Community High School for the benefit of all age-groups within the local community. Alongside the High School is the Sports Centre and Deeside College – an educational establishment catering for courses from tertiary and further education to higher education, degree and research work and alongside the College is the Deeside Stadium (opened 8th October, 1998 comprising of stand for seating of 420, running track and football pitch (used by Connah’s Quay Nomads FC).
With a present population approaching 18,000 (making the town the largest in Flintshire), Connah’s Quay is a growing and thriving community and a desirable place of residence within easy reach of Merseyside, Chester and the North Wales coastal resorts and inland towns and villages. There is a good range of shops and supermarkets including a Morrisons store which opened in 2010.
There are also local places of interest, leisure, culture and history in and around the town. These include Wepre Park, Quay Nature Reserve, Ewloe Castle and the Clwyd Theatre located in nearby town of Mold. The historic city of Chester is within easy reach
Connah’s Quay has a wide variety of Places of Worship, Voluntary Organisations and Clubs.