Towards Trelawnyd on the A5151
The B5332 was a medium-length B-road in west Flintshire. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in the late 1920s. The road is now largely numbered A5151, although at the western (Rhuddlan) end, only only a realigned version of the New Road spur is still classified, and the section east of Penfforddllan is now part of the A5026.
At its western end in Rhuddlan the B5332 had two spurs from the A525, along Princes Road and New Road, with the former running through town and the more rural latter reaching the eastern end of the A525/A547 multiplex. The two roads met to the east of town and the B5332 continued east, with the B5429 soon bearing off southwards.
The road soon reached Dyserth, where it ran along the High Street as it climbed onto the Clwydian Range through a pass between higher hills. Now more hilly the road ran through Trelawnyd before heading southeastwards alongside Offa's Dyke. Presently the road reached Pant y Wacco, where it ended on the then-A55.