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Denbigh townsfolk are an active bunch, so there’s always plenty going on that you’re welcome to join in.
Here is just a sample of what we get up to:

Denbigh and Flint Show 2017 (17 August 2017)

Packed with all you’d expect from a Summer County show – and more. There’s a livestock area, where you can see the best beasts being judged by some of our finest stockmen and women; horse rings where experts demonstrate their skills; a vintage section showing cars, tractors and engines from a bygone age of farming.

St Asaph Rotary Country Fayre (20 August 2017)


This year the Club is planning lots of new and exciting activities to suit all of the family.

Nearly all the activities are FREE for you to enjoy. The Batala band, working horses, dog shows, tug of war, birds of prey and children’s entertainment are just some of the many  activities going on in and around the events arena.

In addition over 70 interesting and fascinating stalls are anticipated.


For further details see:

Venue: Llannerch Park, Trefnant
Time: 10 to 4 pm
Admission: ADULTS £5.00 - CHILDREN FREE
Children must be under 16 years of age and accompanied by a responsible adult

The Denbigh Show 2017 (26 August 2017)

The Denbigh Show is an outdoor traditional family event held in the beautiful historic market town of Denbigh within the picturesque Vale of Clwyd.

Once again the 2017 Show will be filled with an interesting and varied range of activities and displays to suit all age group.

The much loved flower show celebrates its 75th year, with almost 300 classes will offer all aspects of horticulture, floristry, art, handicraft, cookery and photography.

Gates open from 11am

Lon Felin Field Ystrad Road Denbigh LL16 4RH

SatNav users – use postcode LL16 4RH

Adults £7.00, Concessions £5.00 and Children 16 and Under Free

Ample Free Parking on site, half hourly free shuttle bus throughout Denbigh from 12:30 departing from the Show ground, picking up at Bryn Stanley, Lenten Pool, High Street, Vale Street (Lidl), Rhyl Road (Plas Eleri), Ruthin Road (Trewen).  The last bus from the field is 6pm

A packed weekend of fun for all the family at Denbigh Castle (27 – 28 August 2017)

A packed weekend of fun for all the family  at Denbigh Castle

Step back in time and meet medieval characters, and watch as the history of this medieval castle comes alive with the sights, sounds and smells of the period. Hands-on activities, living history, talks and displays. Suitable for all the family.

Dates, times and prices

27 Aug - 28 Aug 2017

11am - 4pm

Adult - £4.00
Family - £11.90*
Senior citizens, students and children under 16 - £2.60
Member - Am ddim / free
Disabled and companion - Am ddim / free
*Admits 2 adults and up to 3 children under 16

Denbigh Film Club - The Book Thief (2013) (8 September 2017)

Denbigh Film Club presents "The Book Thief" (2013) (12) Drama/War

A stunning tale of adolescence in Nazi Germany, The Book Thief follows the life of Liesel Meminger as she grows up in the home of her adoptive parents. Rebellious in nature, Liesel feeds her hunger for stories by stealing books from book burnings. Liesel is shown the true stakes of the war when her father hides a young Jewish man in thier basement. The more time she spends with this man, the more she learns about the value of life and of words. Synopsis from

Doors open 7:00pm. Film starts 7.30pm.

Bar and Refreshments available. Tickets £4 on the door

See for further details of this and other films

Theatr Twm o'r Nant, Station Road, LL16 3DA

Open Doors - St Marcella’s Church (23 – 24 September 2017)

St Marcella’s Church Grade I Listed Building | Whitchurch Road, LL16 4ER

Built on the site of the 7th century cell of St Marcella, the church is a classic example of the ‘Vale of Clwyd’ twin-naved style and is largely the result of a late perpendicular remodelling of around 1500. Exceptionally fine and well preserved, it is one of the most important churches in North Wales and contains some notable monuments. Buried inside are the map-maker Humphrey Llwyd, members of the powerful Salusbury family and the heart of Richard Clough, the Denbigh-born merchant. Outside is the grave of Twm o’r Nant, poet of Denbigh.

Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm - Sunday service 10.30am. | Accessible

Open Doors 2017 (23 – 24 September 2017)

A wonderful range of interesting, unusual and beautiful historic homes and buildings will be open to the public for tours and talk this September. This fascinating weekend is part of a European wide programme and brought to you by Denbigh Open Doors Group with the support of Cadw, Denbigh Town Council and Grŵp Cynefin

In addition to these buildings/sites a number of events, exhibitions and tours will be available

Details of all these will be published on this website and in a separate booklet in due course.

Remember to keep checking this website!

Denbigh Beer Festival (23 September 2017)

Denbigh Beer Festival hosted by Denbigh and District Round Table

This years Beer Festival is held at Denbigh Town Hall. There will be around 35 beers and numerous ciders available and sourced from micro-breweries in the North Wales and Chester area,a few pints of the world famous Wrexham lager and numerous Welsh ciders.

Venue: Town Hall, Crown Lane, Denbigh, LL16 3TB

Time: 12:30pm - 10:30pm

Entry: £5

For further details see:

Open Doors - Burgess Gate (23 – 24 September 2017)

Burgess Gate Grade I Listed Building, Scheduled Ancient Monument | Castle Hill, LL16 3NH

This fortified gatehouse was the entry to the walled town from 1282 onwards and had portcullis, murder holes and arrow slits. It was one of a pair of gateways; the other being the now lost Exchequer Gate. Both were built between 1282 and 1294 by Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, under licence from Edward I and were probably designed by the leading military architect of the day, Master James of St George. The twin towers of Burgess Gate form the symbol on Denbigh’s civic seal. The building has also been used as a council chamber and a prison.

Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm | Accessible with step up into tower.

Open Doors - Denbigh Town Walls (23 – 24 September 2017)

Denbigh Town Walls Grade I Listed Building, Scheduled Ancient Monument | Bull Lane, LL16 3SN

The town walls encompass the old town and castle of Denbigh and extend for almost two thirds of a mile. Work began in 1282 and included the 20m high Goblin Tower, built to enclose and protect the only reliable water source for the castle. The walls held back the besieging force of Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads for nine months during the Civil War, when the garrison was defended by Colonel William Salesbury, ‘Old blue stockings’. The wall walk from the Countess Tower to the Goblin Tower affords superb views across the Vale of Clwyd to Moel Famau and the Clwydian Range.

Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm | Accessible with many steps and uneven surfaces - suitable footwear recommended.

Open Doors - St Mary's Church (23 – 24 September 2017)

Henllan Place, Grade II* Listed Building

LL16 3TN

St Mary’s was built in 1874 to replace the medieval church of St Hilary within the old town walls. Designed by local architects Lloyd Williams and Underwood the church contains an excellent but controversial reredos (the carving on the east wall behind the altar), condemned at the time as “an inducement to Popery and a betrayal of the principles of the Reformation”. Other features include the Flemish dossal (back panel) of 1530 in finely woven tapestry and the very fine Arts & Crafts stained glass windows lighting the nave

Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm - Sunday service 11am | Accessible

Open Doors - Cae Dai 50s Museum (23 September 2017)

Lawnt, Denbigh, LL16 3SU

A 1950’s museum, containing exhibits from the late 40’s & early 50’s.  It includes a mock-up of a lounge & a repair garage.  It also has 50’s era cars, including a pink Cadillac & the great train robbery lorry

SATURDAY ONLY 11am–4pm | Accessible

Open Doors - Brookhouse Pottery (23 – 24 September 2017)

Brookhouse Pottery, Brookhouse, LL16 4RE

This early 19th century building was originally a malt house supplying the local pubs and breweries. It is robustly built in stone directly on the river which supplied the water for the malting process. Originally it had three floors with very cramped headroom between each. The process demanded generous floor area to maximise the size of the shallow malting cisterns. With the development of industrialised malting the building fell into disuse and in the mid-sixties was converted for use as a pottery. Because of the sturdy construction and sympathetic conversion the strong character remains. The busy pottery run by David and Margaret Frith is an ideal user for this lovely riverside building.

Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm | Accessible

Open Doors - Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Garden (23 – 24 September 2017)

Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Garden Grade II* Listed Building, Grade II Registered Historic Garden | Vale Street, LL16 3BW

Dr Evan Pierce himself built the 50ft column topped by his statue to mark his philanthropy as Coroner, JP, Alderman and five times Mayor of Denbigh. It also commemorates his work as a medical doctor during the cholera epidemic of 1838. Dr Pierce lived in Salisbury Place opposite and would have been able to look at his image from his window. This is a small Victorian public garden with a formal layout and planting typical of its period, recently extensively renovated. Two fountains at the entrance commemorate Victoria’s Jubilee.

Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm | Accessible

Denbigh Plum Festival (7 October 2017)

The Denbigh Plum is a variety unique to the town, so it seems only right for us to honour it with its very own festival! The plum is soon to be granted protected geographical status – watch this space…

The festival lasts all day, with a magnificent range of dishes on offer, from hog roast with plum sauce, to luxury plum chocolates. Come and taste for yourself!

Town Hall, Crown Square, Denbigh, LL16 3TB

Time: 10:00-4:00

Admission: FREE

Denbigh Film Club - The Third Man (1949) (13 October 2017)

Denbigh Film Club presents "The Third Man" (1949) (PG) Film noir/Thriller

An out of work pulp fiction novelist, Holly Martins, arrives in a post war Vienna divided into sectors by the victorious allies, and where a shortage of supplies has lead to a flourishing black market. He arrives at the invitation of an ex-school friend, Harry Lime, who has offered him a job, only to discover that Lime has recently died in a peculiar traffic accident. From talking to Lime’s friends and associates Martins soon notices that some of the stories are inconsistent, and determines to discover what really happened to Harry Lime. Synopsis from

Doors open 7:00pm. Film starts 7.30pm.

Bar and Refreshments available. Tickets £4 on the door

See for further details of this and other films

Theatr Twm o'r Nant, Station Road, LL16 3DA

Denbigh Film Club - Big Eyes (2014) (10 November 2017)

Denbigh Film Club presents "Big Eyes" (2014) (12) Drama

In San Francisco in the 1950s, Margaret was a woman trying to make it on her own after leaving her husband with only her daughter and her paintings. She meets gregarious ladies’ man and fellow painter Walter Keane in a park while she was struggling to make an impact with her drawings of children with big eyes.

The two quickly become a pair with outgoing Walter selling their paintings and quiet Margaret holed up at home painting even more children with big eyes. But Walter’s actually selling her paintings as his own. A clash of financial success and critical failure soon sends Margaret reeling in her life of lies. With Walter still living the high life, Margaret’s going to have to try making it on her own again and re-claiming her name and her paintings. Synopsis from

Doors open 7:00pm. Film starts 7.30pm.

Bar and Refreshments available. Tickets £4 on the door

See for further details of this and other films

Theatr Twm o'r Nant, Station Road, LL16 3DA

Rememberance Sunday (12 November 2017)

The annual Rememberance Sunday Service takes place on the 8th November by the Cenotaph, Crown Square. Commences 10:30am

Denbigh Film Club - 45 Years (2015) (1 December 2017)

Denbigh Film Club presents "45 Years" (2015)(15) Drama/Romance

The story centers around a retired, childless couple, Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and Geoff (Tom Courtenay) who have been married for 45 years. One day Geoff receives a letter telling him that the body of his ex-lover before his marriage, Katya, has been found fully preserved in the Swiss glaciers. This event as well as the approaching arrival of their 45th anniversary coerces the couple into re-evaluating their relationship, the choices they have made in life, and their deepest desires. Synopsis from

Doors open 7:00pm. Film starts 7.30pm.

Bar and Refreshments available. Tickets £4 on the door

See for further details of this and other films

Theatr Twm o'r Nant, Station Road, LL16 3DA

Pigstock The Movie (29 October 2016 – 29 October 2018) Ongoing

Denbigh Market (7 January 2015 – 30 December 2018) Wednesdays 9.00am–4.00pm

Traditional weekly market held every Wednesday

Crown Square and Market Hall

The People's Market, last Friday of the month 9.00am–2.00pm

A monthly market, held on the last Friday of every month at the Market Hall in Crown Square, this is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike, where home-made produce and crafts are for sale. Occasionally, Denbigh also hosts Welsh, French and other European markets, with music and entertainment as well.

Le Roc Jive

Every Wednesday 8.00–10.30pm

Town Hall