Monthly Archives: April 2016

Virgin Art Exhibition

The eighth annual Virgin Art Exhibition will be held in the wonderful St Mary’s Parish Church, High Street, Mold, for a whole week from Bank Holiday Monday, 2 May, to Saturday 7 May from 10am to 8pm. The exhibition provides artists with a beautiful and historic venue in which to display and sell their works [...]

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Sustainable studies – students from Bangor

Year 2 BA and BSc Geography students from Bangor University visited Mold and Loggerheads as part of their sustainable development module field work. In Mold they wanted to find out how the Town’s Cittaslow status was influencing sustainable development. Andrea Mearns explained how the Cittaslow principles underpin the themes, principles and actions outlined in the [...]

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Sustainable choices – what we choose to eat

Meat free cooking with pulses Having a few meat-free days a week is recommended as part of a healthy diet but how can we make sure that we are eating well and getting all we need from our food on those days? Meat and fish provide protein and iron as well as other vitamins and [...]

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More work on the Motte at Bailey Hill, Mold

Laurel, holly, and brambles that were cut back last year to clear the historic Motte at Bailey Hill have sprouted again. A band of willing volunteers have had a couple of work days starting to prune back some of the re-growth to keep the scrub vegetation down. More work sessions are being organised in May. [...]

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