MOLD Town Council invite people to take a step back in time this month with a special exhibition.

Get nostalgic with a visit to the Historic Mold exhibition at the Daniel Owen Centre, taking place from October 24-25..

During the event there will be a large display of photographs and memorabilia showing the history of Mold over the last 200 years, many of the photos on display will be from the late Ray Davies Collection. Throughout the years, Mr Davies recorded the changing face of Mold and district.

Among the displays will be boards dedicated to, a site that looks at buses, coaches and operators, present and past ,in North East Wales.

Mold market, a photo from the Historic Mold exhibition, courtesy of Flintshire Record Office.

Mold market, a photo from the Historic Mold exhibition, courtesy of Flintshire Record Office.

The free to enter exhibition is open on Tuesday, October 24, from 5pm-7pm and Wednesday, October 25, from 10am-2.30pm.

Mold Town Council is asking residents and businesses if they have any interesting Mold memorabilia or items of interest that they would like to display during the event to get in touch with events and community engagement officer Jane Evans on email or phone 01352 758532 opt. 3.

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During the Historic Mold event local historian and author David Rowe will be giving short:

October 24

• 5.15pm - Frothblowers, Temperance and Assembly Hall Riot.

• 6.30pm - Mold Riots 1869 - The Aftermath.

October 25

• 11pm - Frothblowers, Temperance and Assembly Hall Riot

• Noon - Mynydd Isa to Mendon - The Story of Henry Hughes, survivor of Argoed Hall Mining Disaster

• 1.30pm - 1869 Mold Riots - The Aftermath

All talks are free of charge, arrive in plenty of time for what promises to be a great insight into Mold's history.

Historic Mold is in conjunction with the Gŵyl Daniel Owen Festival (GDOF) which will run from October 20-27. Further details on GDOF can be found