Bailey Hill Festival in Mold

Bailey Hill Festival in Mold

Sunday 11 June from 1pm to 6pm

Bailey Hill, at the top of the High Street in Mold, will be the venue for a fantastic afternoon of live music and entertainment from 1pm to 6pm, with a great line up of bands performing on the Inner Bailey main stage, and entertainment at both the Outer Bailey and Gorsedd. The Festival will be a jam-packed afternoon of activities for people to enjoy.

This family friendly event on Sunday 11 June is regarded as one of the cultural highlights of the festival calendar in Mold. There will be a full programme of music and dance performed live on the Inner Bailey main stage, showcasing a wealth of local performers from the area. On the Outer Bailey there will be a storytelling, poetry and interactive theatre marquee catering for all ages ­– from bi-lingual baby and children’s stories, to thought-provoking tales and poetry for adults to enjoy.

At the peaceful Gorsedd site, professional actor Holly Davies will bring the site to life with her entrancing medieval theatre production. Back by popular demand, Ruth Moore Williams and Lowri Williams will be telling their magical stories.

Cittaslow Mold organises the Festival, which is on three sites across Bailey Hill, and in the hall of Kings Christian Centre. There will be entertainment all afternoon on the Inner Bailey along with free activities to try out, such as circus skills, children’s creative workshops, guided heritage tours of the historic monument and several stalls. Whilst on the Outer Bailey there will be hands-on-history inviting people to take part in a medieval re-enactment – transporting visitors back to this fascinating time.

Refreshments will be available on the Outer Bailey and in Kings Christian Centre hall by the entrance to Bailey Hill.

The annual Festival is the flagship event held on Bailey Hill. It attracts hundreds of people to Mold’s Scheduled Ancient Monument, which is the birthplace of the Town and was the scene of years of conflict from the 11th century.

Tickets, at the gate on the day, are £4 for adults and free for children under 16 years of age. The closest car park is Griffiths Square off Clayton Road, behind the top of the High Street, and car parking on Sunday is free of charge.

Come along with your friends and family. Bring a picnic and your own seats or blankets to sit on, to relax and soak up the atmosphere.

To find out more phone 01352 758532, or email

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