Mold Town Council helps to enhance the appearance of the Town with floral displays with the popular annual ‘Blooming Mold’ competition.
The aim of the competition is to recognise and reward those residents and businesses whose floral displays bring a splash of colour to Mold making it a more attractive place for other residents and visitors.
There are prizes of £60 and £30 in each of the categories:
- Hanging baskets, window boxes and/or containers
- Business Premises where there is a display that enhances the street scene
- Best Kept vegetable garden
- Best kept front garden
There are also Judges prizes that are awarded for:
- Individual householders who are able to show initiative with their display
- Individual businesses that enhance their immediate environment
Contact Mold Town Council 01352 758532 or email email@example.com for further information and an entry form.
Sponsor a floral display
You can help to increase the number of floral displays in Mold by sponsoring a hanging basket or planted trough. Mold businesses and residents can help Mold Town Council promote the scheme and really make a difference to the way Mold looks.
Financial contributions from all sponsors will be recorded on a name plaque.
To find out how you can sponsor a floral display or hanging basket please contact Samantha Roberts, Clerk of Mold Town Council, The Town Hall, Earl Road, Mold
Telelphone: 01352 758532
Flintshire County Council takes responsibility for many of the colourful flower beds and planters in Mold and the grass cutting on the highways in and around the Town.
The number of hanging baskets in Mold Town Centre, provided and maintained by the Town Council, has remained with 100 located around the Town Centre. There are new baskets in the Daniel Owen Precinct, High Street and the passageway leading to the High Street from the Griffiths Square car park. There are also six barrier baskets in King Street.
Best Kept Town in Flintshire
As a result of the hard work of Mold Town Council and Flintshire County Council, Mold came first in the category of the Best Kept Town Centre (with a population of over 5000) in the 2015, 2014 and 2012 Flintshire County Council’s Environmental Awards.