The next march in support for Welsh independence will be held in Carmarthen, organisers have announced. The march, organised by YesCymru and All Under One Banner Cymru (AUOBCymru), will take place on Saturday, June 22.

According to its organisers, the upcoming march in Carmarthen promises to be a "powerful demonstration of the determination of the people of Wales". Last year, up to 7,000 people attended a march in Swansea in May, with over 10,000 attendees said to have taken part in the Bangor march in September.

On Saturday, June 22, supporters are invited to gather at Carmarthen Park from 11am, with the march starting at 11pm. Organisers have also encouraged marchers to invite their family and friends, and to bring flags, banners and whistles. For the latest Welsh news delivered to your inbox sign up to our newsletter.

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Speaking on behalf of YesCymru, Gaynor Jones from Carmarthenshire said: "An independent minded town is the ideal location for the next independence march. The current constitutional set-up is making us poorer, and is obviously not working and we welcome all who want a better, independent Wales or want to know more to walk with us on 22nd June."

Hedd Gwynfor, a resident of Carmarthen and speaking on behalf of AUOBCymru added: "The upcoming march for independence in Carmarthen promises to be a powerful demonstration of the determination of the people of Wales to join the global family of independent nations. AUOBCymru wants a better Wales for all, and that's why we're fighting for independence".