MAYOR of Mold, Teresa Carberry has confirmed when her next school uniform recycling stall will be. 

The uniform recycling stall will take place at the Daniel Owen Centre cafe on Wednesday August 16 from 10am until 2.30pm.

The stall follows a recent collection which took place last month organised by Cllr Carberry which saw residents donate school uniform following the end of the academic year. 

Ahead of the initiative, the mayor said: "Please continue to support this initiative, as you have all done so in the past, saving both landfill sites and an unnecessary financial burden to so many in our community."

Uniform recycling is something which has taken place reguarly over the last few years in Mold and has been greatly recieved by the local community as a means to help out families who may be struggling amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis as well as being of great benefit to the environment to prevent such items going to landfill. 


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Donations of uniform, bags, shoes, pumps and coatsare still being welcomed ahead of the stall, which will see parents able to access selected Flintshire school uniforms for their children ahead of the next school year. 

Donations are asked to be delivered to the Daniel Owen Cafe.

Any voluntary cash donations are also welcomed and will be put into a fund to purchase school shoes.