Jackson Fire & Security have made a donation to the local town council to support their Easter bunny event in Mold on Sunday 4th April 2021.

With all Mold live events and festivals currently on hold, the council are tasked with finding innovative ways to engage with the community. Last Easter Mold Town Council got in touch with the Easter bunny and asked if he would hop around town delivering Easter eggs to the town’s children.

Jackson Fire & Security have provided a donation to buy Easter eggs to ensure the event can happen again this year.

Managing Director Steve Jackson said: “With Covid cancelling all the town’s events and children kept home from school and away from their friends, we hope this will contribute to spreading some much needed cheer to our young residents.”

Mold Town Council was created in 1974 following the re-organisation of local government and the disbanding of Mold Urban District Council. It is one of 34 town and community councils in Flintshire.

Mold is the county town of Flintshire. Flintshire County Council became the unitary authority after a re-organisation of local government in Wales in 1996.

Mold has a population of 9,700 and for local government purposes the Town is divided into four electoral wards, Mold Broncoed, Mold East, Mold South and Mold West, with four town councillors representing each ward.

Formed in 1991, Jackson Fire & Security has built a reputation for quality, reliability and service, and is NSI gold-accredited for fire and security systems.

They provide a one-call service whereby their engineers service fire safety and security systems, plus emergency lighting and fire extinguishers during a single visit, to save inconvenience and site attendance fees for customers.

Jackson Fire & Security employs over 50 people across branches in North Wales, North West England, Yorkshire, Teesside, the Midlands, Cambridgeshire, London and Surrey.