Things to do in Flintshire
Explore fascinating towns such as Mold with its street market and food and drink festival, Holywell the home of St Winefrides Well one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, Flint with its medieval castle and market and Caerwys, considered to be one of the smallest towns with a Royal Charter.
There are many sites of historical interest such as Grade 1 listed building Gladstone's Library in Hawarden. Britains finest residential library, it was founded by minister William Gladstone in 1889. Visit Basingwerk Cistercian Abbey alongside Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, a fascinating mix of mills and reservoirs charting the industrial past.
Quality sports and leisure facilities exist from championship golf courses to ice skating, cycling and water sports, horse riding and fishing.
There is a strong sense of culture and arts, from choirs, galleries to Welsh singing in the pubs. Clwyd Theatr Cymru at Mold is Wales major drama-producing theatre and arts centre. You will never be short of things to thrill and inspire you!
Further information is available from Mold Library and the Flintshire Connects offices in Buckley, Connah's Quay, Flint and Holywell . Alternatively there are Tourist Information Points at Talacre, Ffynnongroyw, Afonwen, Mold and Broughton.