Markets are a crucial component of town centres – bringing customers into the town, offering valuable business opportunities to traders, and adding energy and vitality.
Following an in-depth review of markets in Flintshire, Flintshire County Council is committed to increasing the scale and success of markets in the county.
Developing the future - Flintshire markets
As part of the town centre regeneration work of the County Council, an independent review of Town Centre Markets in the County has been undertaken to assess the markets and to consider appropriate proposals for improvement or change, including looking at best practice from elsewhere in the UK. The study involved a detailed assessment of the markets, which also included consultations with market traders, shoppers and neighbouring shops.
Please find here the Executive Summary (PDF 110KB new window) of this markets review.
Distributing leaflets at markets
Any person or organisation wishing to hand out leaflets or pamphlets on Flintshire County Council markets on market days are required to submit an application form for a permit to do so, otherwise they are in breach of the Market Bye Laws and Regulations.
The permit is issued by the Markets Manager (07919 166279) and is valid for one month from the date of issue and costs £8.00. There is no fee payable for charitable organisations.
Markets held in Flintshire
Connah’s Quay market
Connah’s Quay market is a small local market held every Thursday at the Connah’s Quay Shopping Precinct.
Every Friday 8-4
Church Street, Flint
Holywell market is held on the High Street in Holywell every Thursday and enjoys a good range of stalls. The town of Holywell has undergone a dramatic transformation through the renovation of it’s historic town centre and offers a beautiful setting for the market.
Mold street market is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays and is one of the most successful street markets in North Wales. A huge range of traders attend each week and line the High Street and Daniel Owen Square with stalls of all types.
In addition, there is an Indoor Market in the Daniel Owen Precinct, which is open daily from Monday to Saturday, and offers a wide range of goods.
Further information is available to download below:
Mold Markets - The biggest and the best street market in North Wales (PDF 900KB new window)
Telephone: 01352 703114 or 01352 703223. Mobile telephone numbers: 07919 166279 or 07711 438112