THERE is still time to nominate in this year's Mold Community Awards.

The scheme acknowledges the outstanding contribution and commitment of groups or individuals living or working within Mold or supporting Mold residents.

There is no limit on the number of nominations you can submit. You can nominate in each of the five categories or just make one nomination.

If you would like to nominate more than one person / group in the same category, you will need to submit an additional form.  

Nominations can be made online by clicking here. 

The closing date for nominations is Tuesday, April 4 and all nominees are required to be living or working within Mold Town or supporting residents.


The categories available for nomination are:

Volunteering award - For individuals or groups under the age of 25 who have made a difference to their community through their volunteering.

Business of the Year - A business, be it retailer, market trader or service provider which has shown commitment to the community it serves, through charity work, or the exceptional service it provides.

Sporting Achievement Award - Award to be given to an individual or group that has achieved outstanding performance, shown outstanding ability or encouraged others to participate in a sporting activity. As individuals, they may have provided coaching, training or admin support to a sports club or group.

Community Project/Event of the Year Award - This is for a project/event that has triumphed in the community. Supporting local people whether one-to-one or as a group – maybe a third sector organisation with projects that have had long-lasting impact on the community, maybe a community event, charity fund raising event or environmental project where the community has benefitted through learning new skills.

All nominations received will be judged by the Mold Town Council Community Award Committee and the winners will be invited to take part in an online ceremony.