MOLD town council will be remembering one hundred years since the end of the First World War by hosting a commemorative concert at Theatr Clwyd.

The concert will be a reflection of the music and dance enjoyed throughout the decades following the ends of WW1, from 1920’s up to modern day with performances from Flint Male Voice Choir, RAF Cadet Band, winders of Mold’s Time2Shine and more.

At the start of the concert, tributes will be paid to the soldiers from Mold and the surrounding villages who lost their lives.

The concert is in support of the British Legion ‘ThankYou100’ campaign which is asking people to be thankful to all those that fought and lived through the first world war.

A spokesman for the British Legion said: “It’s time to say thank you, 100 years ago the guns fell silent on the world’s first truly global war.

“We believe it’s time to think about all of those who lived through this tragic and remarkable time, and who put Britain on the path to becoming what it is today.

“It’s time to say thank you for what they did for us.”

The concert will be held on Sunday November 11 at 7pm and tickets are on sale for £20.00 which can be obtained from the theatre or from Mold Town Council office.

All proceeds from the concert will go to the British Legion and Mayor’s ‘Save a Life, Make a Difference Appeal’.