Comprising a number of areas, including Shotton, Queensferry, Broughton, Sealand, Pentre, Mancot, Ewloe, Hawarden, Sandycroft, and Connah’s Quay, Deeside is an area situated close to the River Dee in Wales. The majority of those who live in the area are located in Connah’s Quay. The Deeside area as a whole has become known for being a region with a number of industrial parks. The history of the area varies, with some parts such as Shotton being over one thousand years old. There are a number of landmarks in Deeside, most notably the Flintshire Bridge, which was opened in 1998 by the Queen.
As an industrial and commercial area, Deeside is home to retail, commercial and office space that belongs to companies from a wide variety of different industries. The aircraft manufacturer Airbus is located in the area as is steel manufacturing giant Corus. Toyota has an important manufacturing facility in the area along with UPM Shotton and Tata Steel. There are also a number of SMEs located in Deeside, including travel and tourism companies, driving schools, training companies, and vehicle leasing firms.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Whether you fancy a spot of ice skating at Deeside Leisure Centre, a round of golf at Hawarden Golf Club, or relaxing drinks in a pub such as the Fox & Grapes, you will find a number of entertainment options in the Deeside region. When it comes to dining, you can look forward to flavoursome food in pleasant surroundings at The Deeside. The Chef’s Wok is a great place for tasty Chinese food or you can head to The Amantola for a taste of India.
A number of transport options are available to those in the Deeside area, with bus transport being a popular means of getting around. Local buses are largely provided by Arriva North West. There are also rail services available in Deeside, with trains providing access to major cities and areas such as Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff, and London. Easy access to the M56 and M6 motorways provides convenience for drivers in the area.