Come and watch our Morris dance side, Tegeingl Tanglers, as they bring local traditions back to life with a colourful display of dancing on the performance area of Daniel Owen Square. They will be joined by Malkin Morris Dancers all the way from Lancashire! The popular Cambria Band with their rousing drumming and marching, from a repertoire made up of traditional Welsh tunes will also be there as will Cor y Pentan. To add to the fun, The Relish Club supported by North Wales Wildlife Trust and Flintshare will organise demonstrations of apple pressing and juice to sample. Please bring along any spare apples you want to be pressed.

Members of the Tanglers and Cambria Band will lead the Mayor of Mold, Cllr Haydn Jones, as he lays the traditional wreath on the statue of Daniel Owen in the square. 

Côr y Pentan are newcomers to the Saturday performance. It began as a female choir in 1998 and evolved into a mixed choir 4 years later. The conductor is Sian Meirion, and the accompanists are Tim Stuart and Anne Stanley. The choir sings in Welsh only, but learners of all levels are members, in addition to fluent speakers. They have sung at the National Eisteddfod, at Belfast and Donegal and will shortly be singing in a National Theatre of Wales production in  Newtown. If you love singing and speak or are learning Welsh, come to Daniel Owen Centre , Mold,  at 7.30 on Wednesday evening .

Event Details

  • When:  Saturday 15 October 2022 11:00a.m. – 3:00pm
  • Where: Performance area on Daniel Owen Square, Mold CH7 1AP
  • Tickets: Free drop-in event, hosted by Tegeingl Tanglers and The Relish Club