Monthly Archives: November 2016

Innovative team for Bailey Hill

Consultants with proven track record appointed Historic Bailey Hill in Mold was awarded an initial Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) development grant in July of £43,900 to enable detailed work on conservation, interpretation, activity planning and governance, to take place over the next year. The Friends of Bailey Hill (FoBH) group and Mold Town Council (MTC), [...]

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Car Clubs

Transport can be a major issue as some people become increasingly isolated. Households without cars can find it difficult to do simple things such as weekly shops, doctors’ appointments, visits to friends and family. A car club could help to solve this problem by providing a communal second car. Cadwyn Clwyd is keen to work [...]

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November Fest

Great beers and entertainment at real ale festival The fifth November Fest – Mold’s festival of real ale and entertainment – was once again well supported with over 600 people attending the event at St Mary’s Hall, and venues in Mold. The Festival helps to raise money for The Buckley and Mold Lions’ free prostate [...]

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Wildest ideas

Environmental ideas from people at day of events On a beautiful sunny October day hundreds of people took part in events across Mold to share their ideas about how they would like to see our local environment improved. The day was organised by North Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT) and their partners, who are developing the [...]

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