Travelling around Mold
If you’re visiting North Wales, make sure you stop by the delightfully quaint, yet beautiful Mold. Part of Flintshire, the town can be found in the North Wales Borderlands, sitting on the River Alyn.
Public transport in the area is easily accessible. Arriva bus services operate regularly, taking you to and from places like Wrexham, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
Those that like to shop will love perusing the variety of independent shops here. Alongside these quaint and charming retailers, you’ll find a selection of well-known high-street names too. The town also hosts a market in the centre every Wednesday and Saturday. Saturday markets have been held here since 1808.
Take a stroll and admire the sights here. The formal park is a sheer delight and the perfect place to unwind with a picnic after a long day of shopping. You’ll also get to see wonderful architecture throughout the many buildings, which demonstrate Tudor and Stuart decoration. You’ll even find a conservation area, where old and new buildings sit side by side, providing a unique street view. Meanwhile, St Mary’s Church is a Grade I listed building that needs to be seen to be believed.
If you’re passing through the area in September, then you’re in luck, as the town hosts the Mold Food & Drink Festival annually at the end of the month. The event sees businesses from the centre and nearby come together, allowing you to sample a wide range of delicious foods. Meanwhile, in November, you’ll be able to experience the annual ‘November Fest’. This event is held throughout the town to promote real ale, cider and wine.