Where to find us
28 High Street
Tel. 01352 700067
Manager: Yvette Barrowclough
You can find us opposite B&M, on the corner of HIgh Street by the traffic lights. The nearest bus stop is by the police station on King Street.
What's in store?
We have a large selection of books as well as clothing and bric-a-brac and if you are looking for a DVD, we have a great selection at great prices! Pop in and take a look.
All donations are welcome!
We have a fast turnover of stock so are always looking for more. In particular we welcome donations of cds and dvds as well as good quality clothing.
We'd like to say a massive thank you to all of our donors We really appreciate all your lovely unwanted clothes and goods.
Volunteering in our shop
We are looking for creative volunteers to help make our shop look at its best by creating striking window displays and displays in the shop. No prior experience needed! If you think this sounds like a fabulous way to spend a couple of hours or a morning a week, pop in and see us! Scroll down and click on the Volunteer Visual Merchandiser link in the Further Information section for a role description for this volunteer opportunity.
We are also looking for volunteers to help us run the shop on Saturdays. If you have a spare morning or afternoon on a Saturday that you could donate to helping us in our busy shop raising funds to help support older people throughout Wales, please come on in and have a chat with us.
Volunteering in our shop is a fantastic way to help out your local community while gaining that "feel good factor".
What our volunteers say
'I used to look after my grandchildren but now they are both in school I found myself with some free time. I love coming here because the atmosphere is lovely'
'I have worked in Age Cymru Mold for 6 years.I am so commited to working here because the staff are friendly and also am keen on the idea of helping people in later life.Yvette (the manager) worked with my mum in New Look and persuaded me to work on a Saturday.Then after that I built up by working odd days in the school holidays and then to work four days a week (after leaving school and college) but currently one day a week I work in another shop (not charity) through the work options scheme. I have been to other branches of Age Cymru with Yvette and to a conference in March 2013 and won volunteer of the year twice.Also I have received a five year service award for working here. I hope to work here as long as I can.'