MOLD will welcome back one of its most highly anticipated events of the year this July.

The Mold Carnival will officially return to the town at Kendrick's Field on Sunday, July 16 and is expected to be another packed-out event for everyone to enjoy.

Last year saw the event busier than it had ever been following a return from a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic which saw a BMX stunt display, Britain’s Got Talent’s ‘Sign Along with Us’, a fun fair, over 500 community performers and visits from film and cartoon characters.

Mold Town Council is looking to build on last year's success and is excited to bring another fun-filled day to residents.

Events and Community Engagement Officer at Mold Town Council, Jane Evans said: "Sunday 16th July we will be aiming to bring the community together for an amazing day of entertainment and fun and we have lots planned, aiming to make this year’s carnival the biggest and best yet!

"We have put together a full programme of free entertainment for people to enjoy including a visit from a prehistoric resident, Zeus the GIANT T-REX.

"Zeus will certainly be making his presence known on the Kendricks field as he stands 12ft high and 22ft long.


"Over on the Rec visitors are in for a treat as they watch a fantastic stunt show, this year Cycle Power v Free running.

"Back over on the main stage on Kendricks Field audiences will be entertained by over 400 community performers, the grand final of Time2Shine talent competition, Mold Carnival favourite’s from Britain's Got Talent Richard & Adam will once again be joining us, as well as performances from local choirs and popular band The Trigger Hounds will be ending the day on stage to perform crowd favourites.

"Plus popular Children’s Entertainer DJ Cookie will be here throughout carnival day with lots of fun and games and if all that wasn’t enough, we also have visits from Spider-Man, The Hulk, Tinkerbell, Ariel, Buzz & Woody and lots more plus a fun fair and lots of stalls, food and drink."

"Mold Carnival prides itself on offering something for everyone, all ages and all abilities so we are looking forward to seeing everyone on Sunday 16th July on Kendricks Field and the Rec.“

Jane also added that sponsorship was available for local businesses to help stage the event as she paid tribute to the town's business community.

"Free events such as Mold Carnival could not take place without our wonderful business community, so if any business would like to help us fund this fantastic free community event, we offer sponsorship packages from just £50 through to £500.

"If anyone would like to find out more, please email"