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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 08:18 UK time, Monday, 27 March 2006

Did you know there is not one myth associated with Flintshire's past written in the history books? That's what archivists say at County Hall, Mold. They've launched a campaign to remedy the situation and they're asking people to share the stories they know so these myths and legends can be documented once and for all.

The Web Team can think of a couple like the story surrounding the Maen Chwyfan monument which is said to protect it treasure with lightning bolts. And don't forget the strange mythical creatures said to live beneath the waters of Witch's Pool, Flint Mountain.

To find out more about Flintshire Council's Heritage Alive project, go to their website. Alternatively, listen as Radio Wales
View From Here reporter Alyson Wilson finds out more from the people behind the project.

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