Ahead of the distribution of June 2016’s Town & Around, here is the customary update for members.
Visit to Mold Tyddyn Street Chapel
A new venture this year is a visit to see the restoration of Tyddyn Street Chapel in Mold under the guidance of Ruthin architect Robin Wolley. It will be at 1400 for 1430 on Saturday August 6th, 2016. The event is likely to include an introduction by former Clwyd County Council chief executive Mervyn Phillips (plus information on a history project) after which Robin will talk about the reordering and remodelling and, we trust, other churches he has tackled. We anticipate the event finishing with a brief talk by the Mold Civic Society.
If members require lifts, we will do our best to help—please contact us
We ask that members let us know if they are coming—again, please contact us
Open Doors—September 2016
We anticipate finalising details this month and will let members know. Please note that there are changes to the information in June 2016’s Town & Around. The main event this year will be the weekend of September 10th and 11th, with the substantially complete Porth y Dŵr opening separately on September 3rd, along with Ruthin Castle on the 3rd & 4th.
You will notice the 2015 winners as announced in Town & Around. We anticipate a joint event and presentation in late June or early to mid-July and we will let members know when details are confirmed.
The organisers have asked whether any members of the Association are able to help with collecting donations on-street for Top Dre on Saturday July 2nd, 2016. If you feel able to help, please contact Rob Price at email@example.com