Welsh Independence March to be held in Cardiff this coming Saturday

A Welsh independence march will be held in Cardiff this coming Saturday, May the 11th and will start Cardiff City Hall at 1.30pm

The march will likely be the biggest ever march for Welsh independence and is organised by AUOB Cymru (All Under One Banner) – a Welsh movement who want to help secure Welsh independence who’ve also taken inspiration from the All Under One Banner movement in Scotland.

AUOB Cymru have stated that it is not aligned with or affiliated to any political party.

The march is officially supported by Yes Cymru, AWokEN Cymru, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, Welsh Football Fans for Independence, Labour for an Independent Wales, Yes is More, Undod and All Under One Banner Scotland.

The speakers who will say a few words outside the Central Library at the end of the march, are actress Carys Eleri, Adam Price, leader of Plaid Cymru; Ben Gwalchmai of Labour 4 Indy Wales; Siôn Jobbins of YesCymru; Sandy Clubb of Undod and the poet Ali Goolyad.

All are welcomed to join the march, and those interested are encouraged to bring flags, banners, drums and instruments, and to meet early at City Hall.

Route: Starts at City Hall (Civic Centre) at 1,30pm > Gorsedd Gardens Road > Park Place > Queen Street > St John Street > Working Street > The Hayes > Central Library.

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