Located in the county of Flintshire in North Wales, the town of Mold is a community of just over 10,000 near the Anglo-Welsh border.
The nearby Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a famous aqueduct that carries the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee in the Vale of Llangollen. Made from stone and cast-iron, it is over two-hundred years old and remains in consistent use by narrow boats today. Built by Thomas Telford, it is an imposing, eighteen-arch structure and the aqueduct is a great source of local pride for the Mold populace.
Mold is renowned throughout Wales as a centre for Rugby in the region.
Throughout the town, from Cadole to Sychdyn, Floom’s Mold flower delivery covers the whole area.