Monthly Archives: April 2012

Mold community members plant trees at Alun High School

Intergenerational project to create orchard and copse is huge success.

Community groups last week joined forces with students at Mold Alun High School to plant an orchard and a hedgerow in their school grounds. The apple trees and shrubs are all native which means that, with a little luck, they will be growing on well into the next century – when the children’s grandchildren will still be able to inspect their handiwork and eat some delicious home-grown apples. Continue reading

Diss cleans up

The Big Clean Up is taking place in Diss on 26th and 27th May 2012. Cittaslow’s Margaret Mittins-Ladd gets us up to speed:

“All is coming together nicely. We have great support from south Norfolk Council who are bringing out the big machines to clean up the streets and grafitti, and on Saturday & Sunday we are hoping that the town will support us by cleaning up in groups around the town and other areas. Continue reading

Energy Reduction in Mold


Mold residents sign up for Electric Avenue Scheme.
Volunteer energy champions are helping residents to reduce their heating and electricity bills, with the support of Bryn Gwalia Communities First staff, Janiene Davies and Kathleen Mackey. Continue reading

Mold’s first Continental Market comes to town

Mold Town Council is pleased to welcome the very first Continental Market to visit the busy and thriving market town of Mold – so come and sample the delights of the Continent, with complimentary nibbles available from different stalls! Continue reading

A Jewel in Norfolk’s Crown

It’s difficult to imagine a place that embodies South East Englishness more than the Norfolk town of Aylsham. Set just off the A140 between East Anglia’s capital city, Norwich, and the beautiful seaside town of Cromer, Aylsham has much to celebrate. Rounded flint buildings, Edwardian houses and traditional shop fronts create character-filled streets such as Market Square where the fortnightly FARMA accredited Farmers’ Market promotes the finest local artisan produce.

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