|County & City Councils in North Wales|
7 sites in this category
Local Ombudsman Wales
The Ombudsman looks to see whether people have been treated unfairly or inconsiderately, or have received a bad service through some fault on the part of the public body providing it. Putting that in more official terms, his main role is to look into complaints made by members of the public that they have suffered hardship or injustice through maladministration or service failure on the part of a public body within his jurisdiction.
Wrexham County Borough Council
Wrexham County Borough is an area steeped in history with a strong vision for the future. The County Borough was born out of local government reorganisation in 1996 when the map of Wales was redrawn. It is situated in North East Wales and borders the 5 counties of Cheshire, Shropshire, Powys, Flintshire and Denbighshire.
Flintshire County Council
Flintshire is the largest populated county in North Wales with the council providing vital services for 147,000 people.
Gwynedd Council\'s web site. This site aims to give a comprehensive information source for community information as well as being an informative resource for visitors to the area.
Ynys Mon Council
Our main aim is to provide quality information not only on council services but also on Anglesey as a whole. The target audience for our site are the citizens of Anglesey, tourists and business who may wish to visit the island or invest in its future.
Conwy County Borough Council
Conwy County Borough Council\'s bilingual web site holds information on all aspects of life in the whole of the unitary authority area. Topics include the Council, the local community, business, things to see and do, help and advice and learning.
Denbighshire County Council
Denbighshire County Council covers an area which runs from the North Wales coastal resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn down through the Vale of Clwyd, south as far as Corwen and the popular tourist town of Llangollen. Along the way it takes in the historic towns of Rhuddlan, Denbigh and Ruthin, each with its own castle, and the tiny cathedral city of St. Asaph. The county was formed in April 1996 as one of Wales’ new unitary authorities.
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