Youth Council come on board at Holywell Town Council

Holywell Town Council welcomed their new Youth Council on board on Tuesday evening. Pictured here with Deputy Mayor Cllr Paul Johnson and Mayor, Cllr Rosetta Dolphin, is Emelia James and Seren Wynne. Young members of the community (18-25), are still welcome to join the Council’s Youth Forum by contacting Martin at the office.

David Hanson MP local drop in days

Northop Hall Community Council Job Vacancy

New amended bus services to Holywell and surrounding areas

Panton PLace receive Special Recognition Award from Holywell Town Council

Congratulations to the Residents of Panton Place who received a Special Recognition Award this year for the efforts made in welcoming the town into their community and their involvements with events throughout the year. Alison, Kim and Tracy attended the full council meeting on Tuesday evening to receive their award. Well done to all involved!

Community Endeavour Awards presentation in St. Peter’s Church, 18th December 2018

Congratulations to our 4 Community Endeavour Award winners who were presented with their awards at our full council meeting in St.Peter’s church on Tuesday evening.
Central Ward – Danny Inskip: for his fundraising activities in times of tragedy in the town.
East Ward – Peter Curtis: for his longstanding community presence, his involvement with the British Legion, his assistance with the WW1 commemorative event and society for the blind.
Greenfield Ward – Glenys Cartlidge: for her constant fundraising for cancer research for over 20 years, having raised over £27,000.
West Ward – Andrew Morris: for his voluntary service as a scout leader for 40 years.
Well done to all and thank you for all of your efforts for the community over the years.

Ysgol Treffynnon students receive Under 18’s Community Endeavour Awards

Congratulations to Dylan Lovatt & Rhys Lloyd both from Ysgol Treffynnon who received their under 18’s Community Endeavour Awards on Tuesday evening at our full council meeting.
Rhys received the Greenfield nomination for organising several fundraising events including a fun run that involved the whole school. Some of the charities Rhys has supported are Children in Need, Comic Relief, Alzheimer’s Society and Cancer Research.
Dylan received the Holywell nomination who orgainsed and ran a French learners club for younger children in the school. Dylan planned resources, led lessons and shared his enthusiasm and passion for the French language across the school community.  Well done to both!

Christmas lights switch on Holywell 2018

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The Christmas lights switch on, held on 22nd November, was a roaring success. The weather just about held off, and entertainment was provided by Britain’s Got Talent’s Gruffydd Wyn Roberts and Holywell’s Richard and Adam. Stage Gems, Ellie the elf and DJ Cookie also helped everyone get in the festive mood while Cambria Band kicked off the celebrations. The Christmas lights this year have been managed by local Kev Warburton, who has very kindly refurbished the previously faulty lighting free of charge.

Winners of Holywell’s best dressed Christmas window 2018 announced!

The winner’s of our best dressed Christmas windows 2019 as judged by last year’s winners, Emma’s Country Choice are as follows:
1st prize – Hughes Parry Solicitors
2nd prize – The Flower Bowl
3rd prize – Trendy Blinds
Well done to all, there have been some lovely displays throughout town this year!

Reverse Advent Calendar Collection – Holywell Town Council

Holywell Town Council are collecting donations for local foodbanks via the Reverse Advent Calendar Scheme, which is the idea of donating 1 item per day instead of receiving. If anyone can spare any goods at all, no matter how small, please drop at the Council Offices in Tesco car park by noon Monday 17th December. Please call the offices first on 01352 711757 to ensure staff are not in meetings or out of the office. Thank you in advance for your generosity at this time of year.

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