Join Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam to discover the beauty of Welsh Language and Culture at Mold’s new community festival…




Through music, art, talks, workshops, and interactive activities there’ll be plenty of opportunities for everyone to experience, learn and enjoy our beautiful language.

On Saturday June 15th the Daniel Owen Square will be a feast for the senses as local school children will be performing to entertain the crowds on Market Day, with Jonathan Thomas, Flintshire’s Markets Promotion and Engagement Officer, explaining:

‘Mold market is currently going from strength to strength, and it is great to see events such as Gwyddgig drawing more people to the Centre of the town’.

Families, young people, and the community will be able to immerse themselves in the language by joining Baby Massage with Cymraeg i Blant in the Library, Theatre and DJ workshops in Theatr Clwyd’s building, Ffynci Jync Percussion sessions at the Masonic Hall, art and crafts at the Daniel Owen centre and live performances from artists such as Gwilym Bowen Rhys and Morgan Elwy a’r Band.

Maiwenn Berry, Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam’s Chief Officer emphasised that: 

‘The festival will showcase the vast opportunities out there for families, children and young people to enjoy and use the Welsh Language socially, but it will also welcome locals who don’t speak Welsh but want to experience and learn more about our language and culture. ‘

There’ll be something for everyone and all of the above activities, sessions, workshops and performances during the day will be FREE, keep an eye out on our social media pages and website for more updates and exciting announcements.

Gwyddgig has received £9393.20 from the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and is also partly funded and supported by Flintshire Community Chest Fund and Theatr Clwyd.