Festival will bring Bailey Hill to life

Preparations are well under way for this year’s Bailey Hill Festival, with some great musicians and entertainers signed up to delight visitors.

Bailey Hill, at the top of the High Street in Mold, Flintshire, will be the venue for a wonderful afternoon of great live music and activities for the whole family. Performers include well-known local bands Sparrowhawks and Heal The Last Stand as well as the rousing Cambria marching band.

Cittaslow Mold is organising the Festival, which is on three sites across Bailey Hill and in the hall of Kings Christian Centre. There will be live performances all afternoon, free activities such as circus skills and children’s creative workshops, stalls, and guided heritage tours of the Motte and Baileys. Back by popular demand, Age of the Princes will be on the Outer Bailey with their living history displays featuring weapons and armour.

On the outer bailey Trinity Fammau Scouts will be selling refreshments, various groups will be demonstrating crafts including woodturning, and there will be the chance for you to try Nordic walking, along with other activities. Go to the enchanting Gorsedd Circle to listen to story-tellers or have your face painted.

Buckley and Mold Lions will be tempting visitors with their delicious cakes and teas in Kings Christian Centre hall by the entrance to Bailey Hill.

Tickets, at the gates on the day, are £2 for adults and entry is free for children under 16 years. The closest car park is Griffiths Square off Clayton Road behind the top end of the High Street and car parking on Sundays is free of charge.

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

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