Saturday 14 October 2017, 11:00am - 4:30pm

Apples and Dance!

Location: Daniel Owen Square, and Daniel Owen Centre, Earl Road, Mold CH7 1AP
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The Daniel Owen Festival is branching out this year to celebrate life in Victorian Mold with a unique combination of traditional dancing and apples.

You’ll be able to watch glorious traditional Morris dancing with renowned local sides, Dawnswyr Delyn and Clerical Errors, joined by a new group formed especially for the Daniel Owen Festival’s Apples and Dance event called Tegeingl Tanglers. Sides from outside the area have also been invited to dance on the Daniel Owen Square performance area, in what promises to be a visual feast of dance.To see the dancing be there between 1:00 and 4:00 pm.  To download a poster of the event click here.

Alongside the dance will be another tradition from this area – apple pressing. If you have apples then bring them along and take them home pressed into delicious juice.

Experts on heritage orchards from North Wales Wildlife Trust and members of local growing group, FlintShare, will be on hand to give advice and demonstrate how to graft apples and other techniques.

Apples and Dance will be on Daniel Owen Square and inside the Daniel Owen Centre with folk dancing teams, apple-pressing, children’s activities, wildlife sessions, craft stalls and everything appley!

The Apples and Dance event will culminate on the evening of 14 October with a Twmpath at St Mary’s Hall, Mold, when there will be chance to dance to the excellent bands who performed during the afternoon and drink delicious apple cider.

For tickets call: 01352 758532