Emergencies

Police
Call 101 for non-emergencies
Call 999 for emergencies

Our Police Community Support Officer is:

PCSO2896 Andrea Ellis
Tel 07854 352994

Crimestoppers
0800 555 111

North Wales Fire & Rescue Service
01745 535250
Wales-fireservice.org.uk

Health

NHS 24 Hour
Call 111 when it's less urgent
Call 999 emergency

NHS Direct Wales 24 Hour
Confidential health advice
0845 46 47

Hospitals with 24 hour A&E

Wrexham Maelor Hospital
Croesnewydd Road, Wrexham LL13 7TD
01978 291100

Countess of Chester Hospital
Liverpool Road, Chester, CH2 1UL
01244 365000

Ysbyty Glan Clwyd (Glan Clwyd Hospital)
Rhyl LL13 7TD
01745 583910

 

 





 

 

 

 

Helplines

Childline (24 Hour)
Childline is a free and confidential helpline for children and young people
0800 1111
childline.org.uk

Runaway Helpline (24 hour) / Missing People
If you are under 18 and have run away
Call 116 000
runawayhelpline.org.uk

Age UK
Aims to inspire, support and enable people in later life
0800 169 2081

The Silver Line (24 hour)
Friendship, information and advice for older people
0800 4 70 80 90

All Wales Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Helpline (24 hour)
0808 80 10 800

Carers Direct
0300 123 1053

Cruse Bereavement Care
0808 808 1677

Disabled Living Foundation Helpline
0300 999 0004

Drinkline
0300 1231110

Frank (24 hour) Drug Problems
0300 123 6600

GamCare Gambling Issues
0808 8020 133

Mindinfoline Mental Health
0300 123 3393

National Debtline
0808 808 4000

National Domestic Violence Helpline (24 hours)
0808 2000 247

National Rape Crisis Helpline
0808 802 9999

NSPCC Helpline (24 hour)
0808 800 5000

RSPCA (24 hour)
0300 1234 999

Samaritans (24 hour)
116 123

Shelter Cymru
0345 075 5005

Utilities

Electricity
Call 105 to report a power cut or network safety issue

Gas
National Gas Emergency Service
0800 111 999

Water
Hafren Dyfrdwy
01978 846 946
deevalleywater.co.uk

Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
Water

0800 052 01230
Sewerage
0800 085 3968
dwrcymru.com

Flooding
Floodline (24 hour)

0345 988 1188
environment-agency.gov.uk
 

AED Defibrillators in the Village

There are two AED's, on on the wall of the Memorial Institute, the second on the warehouse wall of Tents and Events (off the by-pass close to the junction with Wrexham Road).

Anyone can use an AED unit, you don't need training - there are clear instructions and the emergency services will guide you through what to do. If you are with someone with chest pains, you should try to get to one of these units while calling for help.

     

  

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