Mold Spring Clean – volunteers make Mold sparkle

This year will be the eleventh Mold Spring Clean. Residents and businesses are invited to identify areas in and around the town that should be included in the event, an annual effort organised by Mold Town Council and helped by Keep Wales Tidy.

Everyone is invited to join us in this town-wide event!

Springy, Mold’s Spring Clean mascot, will be out and about during the four day clean up to meet his many friends, and to sign up those who want to help with this year’s Clean.  He’ll be joined by hundreds of willing volunteers who will be redoubling efforts to spruce up Mold.

Last year, over 720 volunteers took up the challenge and made the town sparkle. 300 bags of waste were collected by volunteers and processed by Flintshire County Council Streetscene. Benches were varnished, flowerbeds planted and chewing gum removed from the pavements.

There are lots of ways people can help to make the Spring Clean a success again this year – from cleaning up the pavement outside your home to joining a group of volunteers organised by Mold Town Council.

Volunteers pick up their equipment from Mold Town Hall and, if they want to, can join one of the clean teams. Springy needs you!

Springy, Mold Spring Clean mascot, with Dave Hill, former Mold Town Manager, who helps to organise the community event.
P&A staff get ready to help with Mold Spring Clean during last year’s clean up.

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