Bellringing Print
St. Chad's Church, Bridge Street, Holt

Tower Captain: Paul Gaade (01829 270659)

Bellringing is a pastime which combines physical exercise, mental concentration and teamwork. It is rooted deep in the history and tradition of village life as the bells were first cast and hung in the tower in 1714.

The Holt band of ringers practice on Monday evenings and ring before the service on Sundays. They also ring for weddings, village events and to mark national occasions. New members are welcome and experienced teaching is available.



Yoga Print

Weekly Hatha Yoga classes are held in the village.
They are mixed ability and women and men of all ages are welcome. 

Location: Holt Community Centre, Chapel Street, Holt.

Day:    Every Monday evening

Time:    19:00 - 20:30 hrs.

Cost:    £4.50 per session (paid for on the night for an initial trial then paid for in advance after that.)

For further details contact Rachael Willliams on 07801279761.

Attractions Print
Bangor On Dee Race Course

For a different kind of horse power, there's National Hunt racing every month except June at picturesque Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse south of Wrexham. Top jockeys and trainers are attracted to this friendly course, one of only two in the whole of Wales.

Carden Park Hotel
Near Farndon, Chester. CH3 9DQ (01829 731000)

Hotel, restaurant, golf courses, leisure facilities, conference



Chester is a popular destination for tourists and visitors. It has a number of medieval buildings, although some of the black-and-white buildings within the city centre are actually Victorian restorations. Chester is one of the best preserved walled cities in the British Isles. Apart from a 100-metre (330 ft) section, the listed Grade I walls are almost complete.
The city is approximately 10 miles to the North of Holt.


Clays Golf Centre
Bryn Estyn Road, Wrexham (01978 661406)

Golf course and driving range


Village Trail Walks Print



RIVERSIDE CIRCULAR TRAIL  - Blue       (1.5  miles - 45 to 60 minutes) 
(mostly flat with 2 sets steps, 2 stiles and 3 kissing gates, can be muddy on riverside paths)

HOLT VILLAGE TRAIL             - Red       (2 or 3 miles – 90 or 120 minutes)** 
(Flat riverside walk, can be muddy. Lanes are earth/chippings and there is a hill from medieval bridge to the village. No stiles, 2 kissing gates).

FARNDON VILLAGE TRAIL      - Green     (0.75 mile – 30 to 45 minutes)
(Flat riverside walk, can be muddy. Lanes are narrow and composed of earth /earth & chippings). There is a hill from medieval bridge to village. No stiles, 2 kissing gates).

**   To shorten the Holt Trail, after H3, return up Bridge Street to the village centre, turning right into Frog Lane (signposted to ‘Rossett’). Walk past the last house on the left and take the kissing gate on the left into the path alongside the Strawberry Fields picking up the trail at H6.


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