Tyddyn Street United Church, then Mold Congregational Church, was at the centre of the Mold Riots, which took place 150 years ago this year. Still a lively active church, it has been well refurbished internally and is developing its corner site, formerly a graveyard with different garden areas - wildflower, Easter blossom and (the next project) a quiet garden.
The church History Group has created an exhibition, called Riots and Reform, which tells the story of the Mold Riots and also the history of the churches which united. The cultural life of Mold is also a feature. The exhibition was opened formally on 5th June and will be open on the monthly on the first Wednesday of every month.
Tyddyn Street United Church Tyddyn Street Mold CH7 1DX
On the corner of Tyddyn Street and Grosvenor Street
The building is fully accessible and there is limited disabled parking available. Nearest car park is at Tesco