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Rhes-y-cae is located in Flintshire
 Rhes-y-cae shown within Flintshire
OS grid reference SJ187708
Principal area Flintshire
Ceremonial county Clwyd
Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town HOLYWELL
Postcode district CH8
Dialling code 01352
Police North Wales
Fire North Wales
Ambulance Welsh
EU Parliament Wales
UK Parliament Delyn
Welsh Assembly Delyn
List of places

Coordinates: 53°13′37″N 3°13′01″W / 53.227°N 3.217°W / 53.227; -3.217

Rhes-y-cae is a small parish and village located in Flintshire, Wales. It is situated between Pentre Halkyn and Rhosesmor and is part of the local government community of Halkyn. Local facilities include a chapel, a church and a park, which is situated next to Ysgol Rhes-y-cae. The school closed in 2013, due to there being too few students to warrant its continued operation.

The parish was consecrated on June 27, 1847.[1] Although the village shop has shut down, and the bakery has closed to the public, Rhes-y-cae is still home to a pub, The Miners Arms. [2]

Every summer the Rhes-y-cae show takes place, featuring dog racing and show jumping. It is always very popular, with around 600 people attending each year.

Bus shelter and sheep, Rhes-y-cae.