Monthly Archives: November 2014

Bailey Hill Motte

Clearance of scrub from the Motte starts on Tuesday 25 November as supporters have raised a whopping £2,500 to secure a further £5,000 grant from Groundwork. After four months fund raising the Friends of Bailey Hill have reached their £2,500 target to secure a ‘Treasured Spaces’ grant of £5,000 from Groundwork UK. Many people have [...]

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Daniel Owen success

Daniel Owen (1836-95) is considered the most prominent novelist in the Welsh language in the 19C and the father of the Welsh novel as there wasn’t a tradition of writing fiction in Welsh in the same way as in English. He used his personal experience and the life and times of Mold, where he lived [...]

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School lunches of local produce

Flintshire Food Month Starting at the August bank holiday weekend and ending with Mold Food and Drink Festival in September, the very first Flintshire Food Month highlighted what great produce and producers there are here in the County. It enabled a variety of groups, businesses and individuals to become involved in local events which were [...]

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Mayor of Mold’s spectacular Christmas concert

Mayor of Mold, Carol Heycocks, is holding a fundraising Christmas concert at St Mary’s Church, Mold.  It promise to be a festive treat for all, with special guest performers Richard & Adam Johnson from Britain’s Got Talent. Mold Town Band who will be playing some well known Christmas classics and leading the festive singing. Mold’s [...]

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