News and Notices

Best Halloween Garden Winners Announced!

Following the success of the recent scarecrow competition, Mostyn Community Council launched another community competition – this time for best dressed Halloween garden. There were 20 entries, all of which were outstanding!

Councillors Pam Banks, Kristina Howells & Meg Howells collectively judged the competition on Halloween night, declaring it an incredibly difficult competition to judge with all entrants to win a prize.

The 1st prize of £100 Tesco vouchers went to Trisha Conway, shared 2nd prizes of £50 Tesco vouchers went to Catherine Salisbury, Samantha Hughes and Victoria Ann, with joint 3rd prizes of £25 Tesco vouchers being awarded to Lindsey Owen and Diane Barratt.

There were also 8 prize winners being awarded £10 voucher each with the remainder of entrants being highly commended to receive tubs of sweets each.

Mostyn Community Council would like to thank all those who entered and showed such great community spirit. They really were a pleasure to see.

Community Scarecrow Community Competition Prize Winners Announced!

Cllr Kristina Howells and Cllr Pamela Banks have been around last night to hand out the prizes for the scarecrow competition. All the entries were amazing, but there had to be winners! And you were all winners for entering. Thank you to everyone that took time and effort to build these, there are some great ideas.
1st prize was The Wedding  – Michael Bowker
Joint 1st prize. Bill and Ben the Flower Pot Men
2nd prize – the church – Jackie Williams Geraldine Owens
Joint 2nd prize –  The Postman – Jeanette McDonald
3rd prize –  The Kids – Nicola Jones
Joint 3rd prize –  One Man and his Dog – Ruth
Other entries received sweets for their efforts:
Little Old Lady – Hayley Harwood
Drunken Scarecrow – Chris Lee and Sophie
Little Miss Muffet – Amz Teodorescu.
Thank you to Cllr Banks who donated in order to provide additional prizes, and to the AIM group (Mostyn Bingo run by Cllr Kristina Howells), who partnered with Mostyn Community Council to fund the prizes.

Change of use from a port to a mixed use
port and manufacturing site
2C AND 2D – Town and Country Planning (Development Management
Procedure) (Wales) Order 2012

Schedule 1B ISSUE V1.0 23.08.23

Community Scarecrow Competition 2023

Your Flintshire County Council News – 14 June 2023

In this edition:

·       Draft Local Toilet Strategy 2023

·       Alcohol Control Public Space Protection Order

·       Dog Control Public Space Protection Order

Free SIM cards and data vouchers are available from our five Connects Centres

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Planning Notice

Hybrid Committee Meeting Planned for Bychton Hall land (top of Maes Pennant)

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Councillor Sarah Calvert presented with plaque & flowers in recognition of service to Mostyn Community Council.

As Councillor Sarah Calvert sadly resigned from the council last month, she was invited to the Annual Meeting of Mostyn Community Council to be presented with a small token gift to thank her for her endeavours to serve the community for the past 10 years. She will be missed by all.

Coronation Event at Duke of Lancaster dock a huge success

The event held on Sunday 7th of May, in collaboration with the Duke of Lancaster team (Big Ship), was a great success with lots of stalls, entertainment, competitions and activities.

Co-option Notice – Mostyn Ward May 2023

Co-option Mostyn Ward May 2023

Public notice is hereby given that the Mostyn Community  Council intends to co-opt 2 members to fill the vacancies that exist in the office of Councillor for the Mostyn ward.

Please see link for information.

Casual vacancy – Mostyn Ward

Public notice is hereby given that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Mostyn Ward of the Community of Mostyn Community Council following the resignation on 06th April 2023 of Councillor Sharon Harris.

Please see link for information.

Casual Vacancy (2) April 23 Mostyn Ward

Casual vacancy – Mostyn Ward

Public notice is hereby given that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Mostyn Ward of the Community of Mostyn Community Council following the resignation on 29th March 2023 of Councillor Sarah Calvert.

Please see link for information.

Casual Vacancy April 23 Mostyn Ward



This is the sports hub which Mostyn CC has set up in partnership with the local school and Aura for young people.




It is with great sadness Mostyn Community Council learned of the recent passing away of Councillor Brynmor Hughes, a community councillor for many years and Chairman for 11 years until 2018/2019, serving the community of Mostyn.  Councillor Hughes will be missed by his fellow councillors and many others in his local community. Mostyn Community Council send their condolences to his family.

Recent Events

Residents and Councillors learning CPR at Mostyn Community Centre in July

Community Engagement Survey 2018/2019

The Community Council are listening!!!
Thank you to those of you who responded to the community survey in December.

From your feedback to the survey we know there are people interested in IT training. We would like to hear from those who wish to develop Computer/IT skills by accessing training at Mostyn Community Centre on Wednesday mornings.
For further information please contact Cllr. Bob Hazlehurst at 01745 560053.

Work will commence at Swanfields Play Area, Rhewl to tidy up the area and install new play equipment in the forthcoming months. There were comments in the survey about it looking tired and needing new equipment.

Watch this space and we will continue to update you!


This is a request for people not to park their cars on the pavements in Mostyn and Rhewl as they are causing problems by obstructing the pavements. The Police have been made aware and will be noting the make and models of cars who are causing obstructions.