Speed camera locations in Flintshire and Wrexham in June

Speeding is one of the largest contributing factors to collisions on Welsh roads according to GoSafe – a partnership made up of authorities including the Welsh Government and Wales emergency services.

Not only is it dangerous but it can land you a fine and three points on your licence. 

The minimum penalty for speeding is a £100 fine and three penalty points added to your licence.

Speed monitoring takes place up and down the region throughout the year and June will be no different.

Here are the locations in Flintshire and Wrexham where speed cameras will be in force in north Wales throughout this month:


  • A5104/Treuddyn
  • A5118/Padeswood to Penymynydd/ near to Bannel Golf Range/ Flintshire
  • A5104/Chester Road/Bretton
  • A549/Buckley
  • Jubilee Road/Buckley/ Flintshire
  • B5127/Liverpool Road/Buckley
  • Bryn Road/Bryn y Baal/Buckley
  • Mancot Lane/Hawarden/Flintshire
  • Venerable Edward Morgan Catholic Primary School, Caernarvon Close, Shotton, Deeside
  • A541/Denbigh Road/Mold
  • A541/Hendre/Flintshire
  • Maes Celyn/Northop
  • A5119/Northop Road/Flint Mountain/Flint
  • A541/Afonwen/Mold
  • A548/Sealand Road/Sealand/Flintshire
  • A5151/London Road/Trelawnyd/outside Jacksons Garden
  • A5026/St Asaph Road/Lloc, Flintshire
  • Holway Road/Carmel to Holywell
  • Ysgol Teffynnon, Strand Walk, Holywell, Flintshire
  • Greenfield Road/Greenfield
  • A548/near the junction for Garden Row/Mostyn/Flintshire



  • A5/Halton/Wrexham
  • A525/Whitchurch Road/The Chequer/Wrexham
  • A525/Whitchurch Road/near Bank Farm/Bangor on Dee/Wrexham
  • A539/Pen y Lan/Ruabon/Wrexham
  • A539 Penley Village, Wrexham
  • A539/Llangollen Road/Acrefair
  • Eyton Controlled Primary School, Bangor Road, Eyton
  • Ysgol Penycae Juniors, Copperas Hill, Penycae, Wrexham
  • Bridge Road South/ Wrexham Industrial Estate/ Wrexham
  • Borras Park Infant and Junior Schools, Borras Park Road
  • Acton Park School, Box Lane, Wrexham
  • A525/Ruthin Road/High Street/Coedpoeth/Wrexham
  • B5430/Old Road/Minera/Wrexham
  • A525/Ruthin Road/near Bodhyfryd/Maes Maelor/Bwlchgwyn/Wrexham
  • Gwersyllt CP School, Dodds Lane, Gwersyllt
  • B5102/Llay Road/Cefn-y-Bedd to Llay/Wrexham
  • B5425/Llay New Road/Llay
  • All Saints Aided School, B5373 Clappers Lane, Gresford
  • A483/Rossett/Wrexham

GoSafe say their vehicles are staffed by fully trained Police Staff or Police Officers, who watch the speed of vehicles passing the vans.

Once they form the opinion that the vehicle is exceeding the speed limit, they use the equipment, in order to confirm this suspicion and record it for a prosecution to proceed.

All offences are recorded onto digital storage cards and sent to the Central Ticket Office for processing.

The Speedscope can be trained on vehicles up to 1,000 metres away, although most work is carried out far closer to the enforcement vehicle.

The time, date, speed, distance, site coding and whether the vehicle is travelling towards or away from the checkpoint is recorded on the image to produce to the offending driver.