Huw Irranca-Davies MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales is to visit Mold on Wednesday 3rd October to meet with local councillors, members of Cittaslow Mold and Labour party members.
The Minister, who was promoted to his position in the Welsh Office earlier this year, will meet with the leader of Flintshire County Council, Aaron Shotton at lunchtime on the day, before meeting with Mold Town Council and Cittaslow Mold members to discuss a number of important issues in the town, including Mold’s Cittaslow status, energy conservation and Mold going carbon neutral.
The Minister will then finish off the afternoon by meeting local Labour party members.
Delyn MP David Hanson said:
“I am delighted that the Minister has accepted my invitation to visit Mold in his capacity as the new Minister at the Welsh Office.
“I know he will be listening to the issues raised with him by the leader of Flintshire County Council, as well as the ideas of Mold Town Council and Cittaslow Mold.
“As Mold continues to build on its recent successes at the Eisteddfod and achieving its Cittaslow status this is an excellent opportunity to promote its interests to an influential Government Minister.”
Geoff Collett, Cittaslow Mold and Mold Town Councillor, will be giving a presentation to the Minister at Mold Town Hall on Cittaslow Mold, followed by Steve Woosey, Manager, North Wales Energy Efficiency Advice Centre on Mold Going Carbon Neutral, and Will Pierce, Energy Manager at Flintshire County Council, on FCC energy conservation.