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Photos by Peter Bigwood and David Neale

Moel-y-Parc Flintshire
NGR: SJ123701 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 340m Structure Height: 230m
Digital TV: BBC A: 45 D3&4: 39 BBC B: 42 SDN: 51 Arq A: 36 Arq B: 48 Mux 7: 55 Mux 8: 34 Local Mux: 27
BBC Radio:
Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio: Heart FM (North Wales): 106.9 
Digital Radio: BBC National: 12B        Digital One: 11D        Sound Digital: 11A        Liverpool: 10C        Northeast Wales & West Cheshire: 10D       
Comments: Pre B700 allocations: 45/39/42 and 51/52/48 and 32/34/56.

Situated at the Northern flank of the Clywdian mountain range, on the edge of a military training area above the town of Caerwys, Moel-y-Parc serves North-East Wales, and, through a multitude of dependent relays, reaches as far south as Llangollen and to Betws-y-Coed in the West.

The site is another in a very high position in relation to the local terrain. Good reception is possible in Cheshire, N.Staffs, and it easily romps across Liverpool bay to much of Merseyside and the Wirral. 

Moel-y-Parc at dusk

Finally this stunning view from the top of the mast was taken by the fearless David Neale...

Moel-y-Parc coverage area map | 405-line VHF television in Wales

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