Mold, United Kingdom
Don't let a name like Mold put you off from enjoying the local cuisine, which is prepared according to cittaslow requirements. Mold is the first city in Wales to introduce cittaslow (slow food), a recent movement created as an antithesis to the fast-food industry that has taken over the Western world. Fresh ingredients from locally grown produce and livestock are the culinary emphasis for dishes prepared in Mold's slow-food establishments.
- St Mary's Church
- Mold Museum and Regional Arts Centre
- Clwyd Theatre Cymru
- Shop for crafts at the Saturday farmers' market
- Sample delicacies at the Mold Food & Drink Festival (September)
- Explore the ruins of Mold Castle
Mold has a maritime climate featuring chilly to cold winters and mild summers. The highest temperatures in August are around 18-19°C, while the lowest winter temperatures range from -1 to 0°C. Annual rainfall is 93 cm, and winter is the wettest season with 9-10 cm of rain per month.
Getting There & Around
Arriva Trains Wales runs the Borderlands train line through Flintshire to Wrexham and Shrewsberry, which offer connections to London. There are international airports in Liverpool and Manchester, which are 28 and 69 km away, respectively. The main motorways connecting to Mold are the A55 and A5, and buses from the UK stop at Wrexham, which is only 16 km away.
You can get around in Mold on foot, bicycle or by car.
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