DETAILS for this year's St David's Day celebrations in Wrexham have been announced by the council.

The parade for Diwrnod Dewi Sant is considered one of the highlights of the year for the city and 2023 will be no exception.

Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam, in partnership with Wrexham Council, has once again organised exciting celebrations for Wednesday, March 1.

This year there will be entertainment from various artists outside The Guildhall to welcome the crowds from 12pm onwards.

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The parade itself will assemble at 12.45pm before starting at 1pm under the leadership of Band Cambria.

The parade will then make its way through the city ending back at Queen’s Square where everyone will sing the National Anthem and Calon Lân together, led by Andy Hickie.

The council says it 'warmly invites' individuals and organisations, including all the schools from across the county to join in with the fun and to once again bring their colourful banners along.

The Mayor, Cllr Brian Cameron said: “Wrexham’s St David’s Day Parade has always been a well-attended, loud and colourful celebration of Welsh culture, and I’m sure that this year will be no exception.”

All those interested in getting involved in the parade should contact Maiwenn Berry, Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam on 01352 744 040 or email