Members of the No 2 Welsh Wing Air Training Corps will be taking part in their annual parade this Sunday to mark their formation and commemorate the Battle of Britain victory.
The Squadrons will meet up on Llwyn Isaf in Wrexham town centre at 12.40 before marching off to St Giles church where they will take part in a special church service.
They will then form up outside the Church, following the service, before a march past their Regimental Commandant and the Mayor of Wrexham Cllr Ian Roberts who will take the salute in Hope Street.
The parade will be dismissed and a small reception will be held in the Mayor’s Parlour.
The Mayor of Wrexham, Cllr Ian Roberts, said:
“I hope as many people as possible will welcome the ATC to Wrexham and encourage them during this Parade to mark their formation and commemorate one of this Countries greatest feats, in winning the Battle of Britain.”
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