A MOLD business has relocated after purchasing their own commercial property.

PG Framing has moved a few shops up the road on Wrexham Street which coincides with owner, Paul Griffith’s ten-year anniversary of trading in Mold.

“We have a strong customer base across North Wales and Cheshire providing a bespoke picture framing service including medals, photographs, sport shirts, memorabilia, original art and more. We also support local artists by displaying their work in the gallery.

“I believe it was the best decision for me to purchase my own shop for my business as it will give me the opportunity to put my own stamp on it, followed by the financial rewards and most importantly a chance to have a positive impact on the Mold community.

“I believe Mold is a thriving town. I always knew I wanted to stay in Mold.”

The Leader: Paul Griffiths with Mayor of Mold Council, Cllr Haydn JonesPaul Griffiths with Mayor of Mold Council, Cllr Haydn Jones

Mayor of Mold Council, Councillor Haydn Jones attended the new shop and said he was ‘delighted’ to see the work Paul had been doing.

“Purchasing your own commercial property clearly shows investment and confidence in the town which is wonderful.”

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“I wish him all the very best in his new premises, it’s sure to be ‘framed’ for success.”

PG Framing is now located on 7 Wrexham St, Mold, CH7 1ET.