MOLD town centre has welcomed yet another new business.

Gray’s Kiosk (takeaway) has opened in the Daniel Owen Precinct - the fifth new business to do so there in just over two months,

It is owned and run by Stephanie Gray, who, with the help of her husband, Daniel, have been very busy over the last few months renovating the kiosk ready to open.

The Leader: Steph GraySteph Gray

Steph is assisted in the kiosk by her mum, Barbara, who was busy serving the customers.

As well as breakfast options, Gray's Kiosk offers a wide variety of sandwiches, bagels, burgers and other snacks along with hot and cold drinks.

Steph said: “When the kiosk was under the previous management I helped out occasionally and got to know many of the local customers, so I was really pleased when the opportunity became available for me to take over the business and open as my own.

"I have lived in the local area all my life and Mold is the town that I always visit to do my shopping."

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She continued: "I have two young boys aged 8 and 10 years and this is my first full time job since I having the boys, so I am excited and a little nervous.

"But Mold is a lovely welcoming thriving town and I'm very much looking forward to getting started.”

The Leader: Mayor of Mold , Councillor Sarah Taylor, with Daniel and Steph GrayMayor of Mold , Councillor Sarah Taylor, with Daniel and Steph Gray

She added: “I will be altering my menu throughout the year to offer a new variety of seasonal options and I look forward to welcoming customers to Krays Kiosk.

"I am also delighted to be joining the Totally Mold voucher scheme when it relaunches later this year.”

Gray's Kiosk will be open Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am-2.00pm (8am on Saturdays).

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Mayor of Mold, Councillor Sarah Taylor, said “It has been such a pleasure to see all the new businesses opening in Mold and the kiosk is a great addition, bringing what was a well-used facility back in use after having been closed for over 18 months.

"It was great to see it has also had a full refurbishment. I am sure Steph will be offering everyone a warm welcome with a wide variety food and drink takeaway options available for everyone to enjoy.

"The bacon butties were certainly going down a treat this morning when we visited with lots of happy customers grabbing a breakfast snack on their way to work.”

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First customer to arrive at the kiosk just after its opening at 8.30am was Colin Blackwell, from Gwernmynydd, who thoroughly enjoyed his bacon butty and coffee.

Next to visit was Paul Clayton, from Mold, who also ordered a bacon butty to eat on his way into work.

Next up for breakfast was David Threlfall from Greenfield, who opted for the bacon and egg butty version.

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