Mold is proud to be the home of the largest and best remaining street market in North Wales and is held in high esteem by traders and shoppers alike, for the range of goods available alongside its warm traditional Welsh welcome.
Street markets are held in Mold every Wednesday and Saturday throughout the year with over 70 stalls in the High Street and through to Daniel Owen Square. There’s a huge variety of produce including fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, meat, crockery, clothes and plants – whatever you need, you’ll find it on the market!
There’s also a thriving indoor market open Monday to Saturday with a wide variety of stalls.
The Farmers’ Market has a great range of freshly produced food, drink and crafts by local farmers and skilled crafts workers. The Livestock Market is one of the very few surviving tradional town centre livestock markets still operating in the UK. You can experience the
“white coated” auctioneer selling Welsh had reared cattle and sheep within a classic setting.
– Every Wednesday to Saturday (between 9.00am and 3.30pm) throughout the year, with 70+ traders on the High Street and through to the Daniel Owen Square.
– A range of 16 individual shops all under one roof, open Monday to Saturday from 9.00am to 5.00pm and located in the Daniel Owen Precinct.
– Operates in St Mary’s Church Hall in King Street from 9.00am to 2.00pm, every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. For more information contact John Sigsworth on 01352 780394
Livestock Market – Operates from the town centre livestock market on King Street every Monday and Friday morning.
Special visits can be arranged through J. Bradburne Price & Co, Chester Street, Mold. CH7 1EE. Tel: 01352 753873, email: firstname.lastname@example.org