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Buckley better than Mold!

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 09:48 UK time, Friday, 21 July 2006

It's interesting that the town of Mold didn't feature too well in the Flintshire Council 'best communities' competition in view of claims that residents from the town look down on their neighbours [see previous blog entry].

Residents of Buckley may will be celebrating getting one up on Mold by winning the category, best town centre. Meanwhile, best kept village (under 1,000 population) went to Gwobor Gyntaf, Trelawnyd, with runners up Ysceifiog, Nannerch and Llanasa, reports

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