Ysgol Maes y Felin and Mayor, Cllr Paul Johnson will be out and about in Holywell on a sponsored litter pick, Tuesday 9th July in order to raise funds for more child friendly bins in the school and Pen y Maes area. If anyone would like to donate please contact us in the office.
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Last Friday was the official opening of the provisional education facilities at Holywell FC, enabled in partnership with the National Lottery Community fund Wales and Anwyl Construction. David Hanson and Hannah Blythyn were also in attendance.
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Cllr Paul Johnson visits Ysgol Maes y Felin to learn about recycling, minimising waste and global warming.
On Wednesday, Mayor Cllr Paul Johnson had the pleasure of visiting the pupils of Ysgol Maes y Felin, where we were treated to presentations and a group discussion on global warming, recycling and minimising waste. The children were all so polite, enthusiastic and eloquent and we look forward to taking their ideas to full council next week and also working together on a few issues. Look out for their posters which will be appearing in town, on social media and in our newsletter. Thank you Maes y Felin for a very interesting day!
Last night Greg Monks our Natwest Community Banker very kindly trained some members and staff of Holywell Town Council in Dementia Awareness. Pleased to say we are all now Dementia Friends. For more information check out this local page: