Monthly Archives: February 2017

Potato Day a smashing success!

Recent years have seen a boom in grow-your-own potatoes, and year on year the Potato Day held in Mold attracts a growing number of gardeners from across the region. Visitors from as far afield as Bangor and Nantwich came to Town last Saturday to buy their seed potatoes, vegetable seeds, fruit trees, garlic and onion [...]

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Gold Cape stamp

Special postage stamp showcases inspiring objects from British prehistory The Royal Mail has released a new series of stamps depicting British prehistoric treasures. The Mold Gold Cape is one of only eight exceptional sites and artefacts chosen to feature on individual stamps all illustrated by artist Rebecca Strickson. The illustrations show how people lived at [...]

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£500 i Adran Wyddoniaeth Ysgol Maes Garmon am eu Prosiect ar Ffotosynthesis

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Maes Garmon Science Department win £500 with Photosynthesis Project

Maes Garmon Science Department, under the leadership of Catrin Tudor, has won a national award for their science project focusing on three different ways to research the effect of light on photosynthesis. The science, technology, engineering and mathematics competition was introduced by the Urdd in 2016 at the Flintshire Eisteddfod and local high school, Ysgol [...]

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