FLINTSHIRE'S Greenfield Valley Trust is launching a public consultation to gather essential feedback.

From April 1, Greenfield Valley Trust is launching a two-week public consultation to gather public views on a masterplan to guide the future of the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park.

The masterplan is one of the projects that the Trust, working in partnership with Flintshire County Council, is delivering through the UK Government Shared Prosperity Funding (SPF) it secured last year.

It is part of the Trust’s 10-Year Plan to secure the long-term future of the Heritage Park and continue to develop it as an attractive greenspace, important historic site and leisure resource for local people and for visitors.

The Heritage Park features 70 acres of woodland and over 2,000 years of history with lakes, streams and ancient monuments around every corner.

Everybody is invited to drop by the Greenfield Valley Visitor Centre at any time between 10.00 and 16.30 on Easter Monday, April 1.

Representatives from the Trust and from TEP – The Environment Partnership (the consultants who have been commissioned to prepare the masterplan) will be on hand to explain more about the Trust’s 10-Year Plan, the masterplan process to date and other projects in the pipeline.


Visitors will be able to review the information on display and fill in a feedback form to help guide the process.

The same information will continue to be available to view from Tuesday, April 2 until Tuesday, April 16, at the Visitor Centre.

Information will also be available on the Greenfield Valley website, where you will also be able to fill in and submit your feedback form.