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Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2022

“March for Independence” set for July 2nd in Wrexham town centre

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This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2022

With less than two weeks to go, AUOBCymru has released more information regarding the “March for Independence” in Wrexham on 2 July.

The march will be part of a full weekend of activities organised in partnership between AUOBCymru, Indy Fest Wrexham and YesCymru.

AUOBCymru described themselves as a voluntary grassroots movement which organises marches calling for independence for Wales, noting they are “not affiliated with any other group or political party”, but “work closely with groups and individuals who share its core beliefs and goals”.

The “March for independence” will take place in the town centre, and will start promptly at 12pm on 2 July at Llwyn Isaf with organisers saying “Those attending have been encouraged to meet from 10.30am and to bring flags, banners, drums and instruments”.

They added, “Following the march there will be a rally with speakers and music, you’ll be able to see everything happening on the stage on the big screens. Already confirmed is Welsh legend Dafydd Iwan, Pol Wong from IndyFest Wrexham, poet and activist Evrah Rose, comedian and broadcaster Tudur Owen, Wrexham County Councillor Carrie Harper and Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd. More names will be released in the run up to the day.”

Queen’s Square will host an “Indy Market” with over 20 stalls offering “local food, drink and produce, and including Indy Wales merchandise”, and will be open 9:30am to 4pm.

Organisers said, “In addition to the march, rally and market, Wrexham will also be hosting some indy gigs at Saith Seren on both Friday and Saturday nights, with Bryn Fôn headlining on the eve of the march.”

A spokesperson on behalf of AUOBCymru added: “The AUOBCymru marches for independence in 2019 were a huge success with thousands attending in Cardiff, Caernarfon and Merthyr. There is something special about coming together to march and people are desperate for the chance to come together once again.”

“The group of volunteers at Indy Fest Wrecsam, who’ve organised a whole weekend packed with events, have done an amazing job in difficult circumstances due to the pandemic with an ‘Indy Market’ and the gigs organised to coincide with the march and rally. We are also grateful for the financial support offered by YesCymru, as well as to everyone who has donated to our fundraiser. We hope that people from every part of Wales will head to Wrexham on 2 July and that the March for Independence in Wrexham will be the best yet!”

Top pic: AUOBCymru march in 2019.



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