The first Welsh town
to achieve Cittaslow status, Mold has a strong community of committed
volunteers working to improve the quality of life for residents.
Cittaslow towns are
flourishing. Unique, vibrant and prosperous, we’re retaining our distinct
identities in the face of global homogenisation. There’s an art to improving
the quality of life in a town; a way in which the community comes together for
the common good that generates a passion felt by residents and visitors alike.
Our goals champion a holistic approach that strengthens communities and creates
a better daily life for all. This is the legacy we’ll leave for future
Cittaslow Mold comprises many local organisations and individuals,
and is supported by Mold Town Council. We have three Cittaslow Mold sub-groups
Environmental Policy - is interested in Cittaslow membership criteria
‘A’ around environmental matters
Space & Place - covers
Cittaslow membership criteria ‘B’ on
infrastructure and criteria ‘C’ on the
quality of urban fabric
Local Produce & Community - covers membership criteria
‘D’ on the encouragement of local produce and
production, criteria ‘E’ on
hospitality and community and criteria
‘F’ on Cittaslow awareness creation
Bailey Hill Festival - Sunday 11th June 2017.
Mold Pancake Race - Shrove Tuesday February 28th 2.00pm to 4.00 pm
Daniel Owen Square, Mold
On Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Races are held in Daniel Owen Square,
Mold starting at 2pm. Entry is free and pans, pancakes and aprons are provided.
Phone Mold Town Council 01352 758532 or email email@example.com for more