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Clwyd Theatr Cymru
Clwyd Theatr Cymru is the leading production theatre in Wales with an international reputation for its artistic achievements. Located in Mold, it offers entertainment for all.
Acclaimed and thrilling drama is staged in the large Anthony Hopkins Theatre and the smaller Emlyn Williams Theatre, while the versatile Clwyd Room hosts performances, lectures and community events.
Cinema-goers can see the latest films in the film theatre, while three galleries showcase the visual arts.
The Theatre provides excellent facilities for disabled members of the community.
You can also browse in the bookshop, enjoy a drink in the bar or dine in the restaurant.
Taste Of Flintshire
The Gold Cape - Wetherspoons
Mold Food Festival
The Antelope Inn
The Antelope Hotel of Rhydymwyn (just a couple of miles northwest of Mold) offers all you could want. Our well-loved family pub, hotel & restaurant is a charming, family-run inn that dates back more than 200 years.
Taste of Wales award-winning café at
Loggerheads Country Park
. We offer wonderful homemade food, using the best local ingredients.
The Blue Bell Inn
The Blue Bell is an independent, family-run, award-winning free house with multiple CAMRA Regional awards. It was a Sunday Telegraph Top Ten UK Country Pub in 2008 and The Best Pub in 2009, and featured in The Sunday Times Best Summer Walks for 2009.
A small, welcoming pub, the Red Lion Rhosesmor provides a traditional setting with plenty on offer; from real local ales and ciders to a selection of lagers, wines and spirits.
Y Dderwen - The Oak
Y Dderwen -The Oak - is a rural, community pub, situated in lovely walking countryside some four miles west of Mold on the A541. At our bar we have real ales and a choice of four lagers.
The Cross Keys Llanfynydd is a 17th century pub situated between Mold and Wrexham on Offa's Dyke with open fires and a real olde worlde atmosphere.
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