Our return to Cardiff for the 2nd independence march of 2022 is fast approaching - here is the information you will need!
March for Independence
The march itself will set off promptly at 12pm on the 1st October from Windsor Place.
YesCymru and AUOBCymru are encouraging attendees to meet from 10.30am and bring banners, drums and instruments.
This is the route of the march - it's about a mile and a half – long enough for us to see some of the sights of Cardiff, and more importantly,
for people to see and hear us.
Independence rally following the march
Following the march there will be a rally with speakers and music, everything that happens on the stage will be visible on big screens.
Our speakers for this rally will be...
Julian Lewis Jones
The National Union of Rail, Maritime, and Transport Workers (RMT) has announced two days of strike action will take place on Saturday 1 and Saturday 8 October, across Network Rail and 15 train operators.
ASLEF has also announced strike action on Saturday 1 across 12 train operators, while TSSA have announced strike action on 1 October at Network Rail and 11 train operators.
Transport for Wales is not involved in the industrial action. However, the industrial action resulting from the dispute between the unions and Network Rail means they be unable to operate rail services on Network Rail infrastructure.
Some YesCymru groups have organised buses, you can get the details and book a seat on the YesCymru shop.
(JUST PARK) Churchill Way
(NCP) Knox Rd
(NCP) Westgate St
All 24 hours
PARK & RIDE
Cardiff City stadium
Goods from the YesCymru shop
Don't forget that the YesCymru shop will sell all the merchandise needed for a successful march.
Order by 12pm on Wednesday 28/09 to get your merchandies in time for the march.
There will be also be a YesCymru stand in Windsor Place for the march, and you can stock your cupboards with all sorts of YesCymru goods ready for the rest of the year!