Government Services

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NHS hospitals near Bryneglwys

The nearest NHS hospitals to Bryneg are Ruthin Community Hospital (9 miles), Chirk Community Hospital (17 miles), and Wrexham Maelor Hospital (13.5 miles), which is the nearest district general hospital with an A&E and major trauma centre etc.

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North Wales Police [ call: 999 or 101 non-emerg ]

Bryneg falls within the North Wales police area known as ‘Conwy and Denbigh Rural’, which has a team of 16 officers assigned to it. More specifically, it is part of the ‘Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd/Gwyddelwern’ neighbourhood, with 6 dedicated staff.

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Report Minor Incidents Online

Click here to report minor incidents to North Wales Police, including noise, road traffic collisions, lost dogs, drunk or drug driving, fraud, untaxed vehicles, fly-tipping, abandoned vehicles etc. This form should never be used to report an emergency.

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North Wales Fire and Rescue Service [ call: 999 ]

The nearest fire stations to Bryneg are: Bridge Street in Corwen (7 miles), Park Road in Ruthin (10 miles), and Queen Street in Llangollen (10.6 miles). The Fire and Rescue Service HQ is at St Asaph Business Park, St Asaph (01745 535250).

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Corwen Family Practice

The nearest doctor’s surgery to Bryneglwys is Corwen Family Practice in Green Lane, Corwen LL21 0DN. Tel. 01490 412362. The resident GPs are Dr Thomas (male) and Dr Liddell (female). Requests for appointments can be made any time after 8am.

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The MP for Clwyd West (includes Bryneglwys)

Rt Hon David Jones MP (Conservative) has spent most of his life living and working in North Wales. He practised as a solicitor before being elected to Parliament at the 2005 General Election. He has subsequently been re-elected for a third time.

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Constituency Assembly Member for Clwyd West

Darren Millar AM (Conservative) is the constituency assembly member for Clwyd West. First elected to the National Assembly for Wales in May 2007, he was returned to the Senedd in 2011 and 2016 with increased majorities at each election.

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Regional Assembly Members for North Wales

Every person in Wales is represented equally by five Assembly Members: one for their constituency and another four who represent their region. If you have a problem that is covered by the Assembly’s remit, you can raise the issue directly with any of your AMs.

If you have a question for the Bryneglwys Community Council but are unable to attend the next council meeting, simply post your question on the page linked to below, and if it is not responded to by a committee member, we'll ask the question for you at the next committee meeting.

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