The 2019 Parêd is slightly different to previous events.
It will commence at 1.00pm Saturday 2 March from the town clock, down Great Darkgate St => Sgwâr Owain Glyndwr => Terrace Rd (turn left at Barclays Bank) => Llys y Brenin where the Ceremony will be held.
The Ceremony will include music, a short speech by the Mayor of Aberystwyth, the Tywysydd, Dilys Mildon and St David’s Grace by Andrew Lenny, retired Minister of Seilo, Baker St. The whole event is expected to be over by 2.15.
We’re very grateful to Clwb Cinio Dynion Aberystwyth and others for their willingness to marshal the parade. They will steward every junction which leads onto the parade’s route and will be wearing hi-viz jackets. Some delay is to be expected as the Parêd makes its way through Aberystwyth.
The Parêd’s organisers, musicians, marshals and Tywysydd will meet at the Old College beforehand before making their way to the town clock by 12.30pm.
2017 Parade Route
NOTE – the parts of Terrace Rd and Bath St which run parallel to Llys y Brenin square, will be closed to traffic for the duration of the Ceremony, 1.20 – 2.15pm. Vehicles can follow alternative routes.
Blue – route of the Parade
Red – area of road closed off for duration of the Ceremony
Yellow and Green – alternative routes for vehicles
The success of Parêd Gwyl Dewi Aberystwyth is dependent on kind financial grants and sponsorship. We are also very thankful to the strong spirit of cooperation and community offered by many clubs and institutions listed below. Together we are strong.
Merched y Wawr – http://www.merchedywawr.co.uk/
Cyngor Llyfrau Cymru – http://www.cllc.org.uk/
UCAC – http://www.athrawon.com/index.php?lang=cy
Ysgol Penweddig – http://www.penweddig.ceredigion.sch.uk/
Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth – http://www.penweddig.ceredigion.sch.uk/
Mudiad Meithrin – http://www.meithrin.co.uk/
Cered – http://cered.org/
UMCA – http://www.umaber.co.uk/
Clwb Cinio Dynion Aberystwyth