WALES’S oldest town, Carmarthen, is set to host the first Welsh march for independence of 2024.

The March, organised by YesCymru and All Under One Banner Cymru (AUOBCymru), will take place on June 22.

Dylan Phillips, the chair of YesCymru in Carmarthen, said the march will be an opportunity to “look forward”, and call for a fairer, richer and free Wales.

“The spirit of freedom is woven like a silver thread through the history of the south west.

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“It will be a privilege to see the next march for Welsh independence held in Carmarthen and we welcome everyone from all over Wales,” Phillips added.

The March in June will emphasise improving Wales, and why “we’re fighting for independence”, Hedd Gwynfor, a Carmarthen resident, said on behalf of AUOBCymru.

“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,” Gwynfor added.

Welsh independence was seen as viable following the final report of the Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales published in January.

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The cross-party report introduced the current devolution settlement as “not sustainable” and emphasised independence as an option for success moving forward.

In March, Rhun Ap Iorwerth, the leader of Plaid Cymru, said independence is “inevitable” and in the heart of the national conversation.

“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 June 22,” Gaynor Jones, YesCymru director said.

Gathering for the march will begin at 11am, with the march kicking off at 1pm.

Updates and more details about the march can be found on the YesCymru and AUOBCymru websites.