Welcome to the Nannerch website
We have information for residents and visitors alike. If there is anything you would like to know more about, let us know.
From the heather clad hilltop of Moel Arthur in the South West to the wet alder woodlands along the Wheeler Valley, Nannerch is the very quintessence of a rural village. It is situated of the A541 between the historic market towns of Denbigh (8 miles) and Mold (7 miles).
Our parish, which has a population of around 500 (based on the 2011 census) includes the defined village of Nannerch but covers around 14km2. We have a school, a church, a memorial hall and a fantastic 18th century pub. We are also one of the smallest Community Councils in Flintshire.
The majority of our parish is within the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes an area of Country Park administered through Denbighshire Countryside Service. Our parish can also boast Moel Arthur, one of the most prominent hillforts within the Clwydian Range and the moorland heather fringes of Pen y Cloddiau.
This website has been designed to provide essential news and information for both residents and visitors to Nannerch. We also have a new history section that we hope will evolve over time. If you’d like to contribute any information, old photographs, maps, historic content, news or forthcoming events please forward to here [link]. By sending items in, you are consenting for the material to be included on this website. If you would also be interested in helping to manage certain sections of this, please let us know!