The National Saint David's Day Parade, staged in Cardiff on Wales' patron saint's day, March 1st, grows in colour and delight year by year.The civilian parade last year was supported by over six thousand walkers including performing bands, jumping stiltsters and groups in traditional Welsh costumes carrying the banners of Wales and Saint David.
The city is expecting the crowds to come out once again to line the streets and there is a welcome for all who want to join in the celebrations and or just cheer on the lunchtime parade.2010 Parade:
This year's route is shorter:
Muster from 11.30 King Edward VII Avenue, alongside the City Hall and the Law Courts
Moving off at 12.30, past Cardiff Castle, along the High Street and on towards the brand new Library and St David's2 centre, to finish in the historic Hayes (final route subject to confirmation).
Performances on stage are planned to continue for a while after the parade arrives in the Hayes.
Bands, dance parties and schools and community groups should register their interest in taking part in the parade by immediately contacting the coordinator on 029 2021 3629 or email@example.com
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