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Offaly natives wanted to for Birmingham St Patrick's Day parade

Friday, 22nd February, 2013 11:00am

Story by Tom Kelly
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Offaly natives wanted to for Birmingham St Patrick's Day parade

A band in last year's Birmingham St Patrick's Day Parade, one the largest parades in the UK.

Offaly natives wanted to for Birmingham St Patrick's Day parade

A band in last year's Birmingham St Patrick's Day Parade, one the largest parades in the UK.

Do you know any people from Offaly or with Offaly connections living in Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton or other areas of the West Midlands of England?

You might like to inform them that there is an invitation for Offaly people to walk behind the county banner at the St Patrick's Day Parade in Birmingham on Sunday, March 17.

Visitors to Birmingham for that weekend are very welcome to come along. Meet at 11.15am, after 10am Mass, outside St Anne's Church, Alcester Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B12 0PB telephone 0121 772 2780.

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