Bagillt is a village and area forgeting the Dee Estuary, near Holywell in Flintshire, Wales. At the 2001 Census the population was recorded as 3,918, increasing to 4,165 at the 2011 census. The area likewise consists of the villages of Walwen and also Whelston. Bagillt lies on a previous section of the A548 roadway. A by-pass was constructed in the late 1960s for the A road. Facilities include a community-run collection, resumed in 2014 following closure by Flintshire County Council in 2011, a few local stores, clubs and park. The Wales Coast Path travels through Bagillt alongside the River Dee, and the Bagillt Heritage Society have signposted a Heritage and also Industrial Route from the Wales Coast Path to numerous sites around the village. The Bagillt Heritage Society likewise got the old sewer works near the website of the previous Bagillt Railway Station for a future Area Gardens Job. Bagillt is additionally home to 2 region primary schools, Ysgol Merllyn, situated in the main village area, and Ysgol Glan Aber, in Bagillt Boot End.