Mold Connects Opening
Following on from the success of the Flintshire Connects Centres at Holywell,
Flint, Connahs Quay and Buckley, Flintshire County Council is pleased to
announce the opening of a fifth Connects Centre in Mold.
Flintshire Connects is a key part of changing and improving the County Council
with an emphasis on first class customer service in accessible town centre
locations with each centre being developed flexibly to meet the needs of the
town it serves. The Flintshire Connects centre in Mold is an integration with
Mold Library located on the Daniel Owen Square.
Customers will be able to access information and key County Council services
including housing, Streetscene, welfare benefits and advice, Blue Badges,
Concessionary Travel and Council Tax.
The centre is open Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 5pm where Advisors will be
on site to assist with enquiries relating to the above and any other Council
enquiries. There is a provision for IT access and also a separate area where
customers can discuss their enquiries in private with an Advisor.
Councillor Billy Mullin, the County Councils Cabinet Member for Corporate
“I am extremely pleased that we continue to make such excellent progress with
our commitment to bringing Flintshire Connects to our county’s towns.
Flintshire Connects in Holywell was the first of its type in North Wales, and
has significantly improved the way services are delivered to the residents of
the town; it is pleasing that we have now extended that excellent work
throughout the county.”