Mold Food and Drink Festival will be returning for the 13th year, bringing with it the very best exhibitors, cookery theatres, produce, and leading names in the culinary world. To be held on Mold’s New Street car park on September 15 and 16th the festival is the perfect recipe of exhibitors, activities, music, and cookery [...]
Discovering Britain has pulled together some of the best walking routes in the country, including 'Time and Tide' - a coastal walk along the Dee Estuary. Depending on the tides the estuary can look very different. You might meet rapid flowing water lapping angrily at the shore or vast shimmering mudflats home to birds and [...]
Saturday 17 February, Mold Potato Day, in the Daniel Owen Centre, Earl Road CH7 1AP from 9am to 3pm. With over 70 varieties of seed potatoes to chose from along with garlic and fruit bushes, this event is a must for gardeners. Organised by FlintShare Community Growers, contact Peter Brownhill for details email@example.com
Tuesday 13 February Mold's annual Pancake Races, start at 2pm in Daniel Owen Square. Teams of four race in a relay along the Square tossing their pancakes. Prizes for the fastest adult and children's team. More information from Mold Town Council 01352 758532.
Sunday 4 February, Festival of Light starts in St Mary's Church Hall, King Street, Mold at 3.30pm with a lantern making workshop, live entertainment and refreshments. A lantern parade, led by Cambria Band, will walk from the church hall at 4.30pm, along King Street and up the High Street to St Mary's Church. In the [...]
Friday 2 February, Mayors Charity Dinner Invite 2018 Mayors Charity Dinner Invite 2018 Dance and Auction at 6.45pm in the Clwyd Room at Theatr Clwyd, Raikes Lane, Mold CH7 1YA. Tickets at £35 each include a drinks reception, four course meal, charity auction and raffle with excellent prizes, live entertainment and dancing. Tickets are on [...]
This stunning short of Northop in the snow was taken from spectacular drone footage of the village shot during a weekend of heavy snow in December 2017. For the full video see Northop in winter