Coleg Cambria’s Yale campus was adorned in red, white and blue for a concert staged by The British International Tattoo - A Slice of The British Isles.

The event was in aid of The Not Forgotten - a charity proudly supporting veterans since 1920.

The show played to a packed audience assembled to witness the pomp and pageantry of a new show for Wrexham.

The Band and Corps of Drums of The Cheshire Constabulary lead the first act with “Songs of Victory” taking the audience on a musical and visual journey from The First World War to the present day.

The second half, entitled This Sceptred Isle, featured a selection of the very best of British and oversees cultures with the beautiful traditional highland dancing of Claire Harvey from The White Rose Highland Dance Company and the majestic sound of The British International Tattoo Pipes and Drums.

The Mersey Morris Men, Emma May School of Irish Dance and The Rhos Male Voice Choir provided fantastic entertainment from all corners of Britain during this unique performance.

China Spirit UK then performed their colourful and vibrant lion dance and Kung Fu display.

The cast then joined together for the grand finale with Land of Hope and Glory bringing the audience to their feet, flags proudly waving as the cast took their leave to the strains of The Black Bear.

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