Friday 4th October 10.00am – 6.30pm
Saturday 5th October 10.00am – 1.00pm
At Mold Town Hall, Earl Road, Mold CH7 1AB
A large display of photographs and memorabilia showing the history of Mold over the last 150 years, along with the historic Council Chamber will be available free of charge for the public to view.
Short talk by local Historian David Rowe on: Friday at 11am, 2pm & 5.30pm and on Saturday at 10.30am & 11.30am
Exhibits this year will include;
• Mold through the centuries, a history of Mold & District through photographs and other memorabilia
• North Wales Mining – North Wales Miners Association Trust, during the 19c and 20c Coal mining was a major industry throughout the area. The Trust’s exhibits will include photographs, objects and memorabilia associated with this once major industry.
• 100 years of Ruthin to Mold Bus Service in July 1919 - Crossville Motor Services established the Ruthin to Mold Bus Service, the exhibit will tell the story of this link. Friends of Bailey Hill - learn about the future plans for the birthplace site of the town of Mold.
For further information contact Mold Town Council, tel: 01352 758532