MOLD'S Salvation Army are to offer free meals to children during half term in a bid to help families during the financial difficulties posed at the moment.

The Salvation Army’s café on Wrexham Street will serve food Tuesday to Saturday 9:30 – 3:00 in the week beginning October 31, with the free meals available to children up to and including sixteen years of age who are accompanied by a responsible adult.


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Carol Owen, manager of the Salvation Army coffee shop on Wrexham Street said, "It's long been said that where there's a need there's The Salvation Army.

“As a Christian Church we aim to show God's love in practical ways. Our church in Mold is based in the coffee shop, so we're already set up to help in this way.

“The free meals for children are available during the school holidays. No need to book. Just pop in.

“Children should be accompanied by a responsible adult, but there is no obligation for them to purchase anything.”

The Salvation Army members will also be preparing their Christmas lists - ready to make up presents and food parcels for families who need help this year. Families can self-refer or be nominated for support by friends and relatives.

For more information, The Salvation Army can be contacted via 01352 757998 or


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