WREXHAM AFC players and their families enjoyed a fun day organised by Paul Mullin ahead of the open-top bus parade around the city. 

Around 40,000 people descended on the streets of Wrexham last night to see their heroes in action after a record-breaking season. 

Phil Parkinson's men returned the Reds to the Football League after 15 years in the fifth tier. 

Ahead of the celebrations last night, a number of the players got together at Carden Park with their families to celebrate the end of the season. 

Organised by star man Mullin, the activity day saw the whole team and their families get together to celebrate the club winning the National League with a record total of 111 points and being promoted to the fourth division of English football.


During their visit, Carden Park arranged a handful of activities for the team and their families to enjoy, including a total wipe-out obstacle course and football darts experience, as well as private access to the estate’s aerial ropes course and zip line Vertigo.

Joining the celebration was the Declan Swans, who for over 20 years, have been passionate about creating comedic tunes relating to Wrexham Football Club and its wider community fan base.

Throughout the day, the band played some of their favourite signature songs including ‘Always Sunny In Wrexham’.

Commenting on the celebrations, Paul Mullin said: “Thanks so much to Carden Park for hosting us today. It was a brilliant day and set up, everything was perfect!”