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Crawley Saint Patricks Parade 2011

Crawley Saint Patricks Parade 2011

[ Sunday 20 March 2011; 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. ] Crawley’s 8th annual Saint Patrick’s Parade takes place on the first Sunday after Saint Patrick’s Day. Crawley will celebrate Ireland’s national day throughout the weekend.

2010 Saint Patricks Parade Irish Dancing

2010 Saint Patricks Parade Irish Dancing

Irish Dancing that followed the Crawley Saint Patrick’s Parade on Sunday 21 March 2010 – organised by the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society

Crawley St Patricks Parade 2010

Crawley St Patricks Parade 2010

The 7th annual Crawley Saint Patrick’s Parade took place on Sunday 21 March 2010 and concluded with live music and dancing in Queens Square.

Saint Patrick’s Parade 2009

Saint Patrick’s Parade 2009

The 6th annual Crawley Saint Patrick’s Parade took place on Sunday 22 March 2009 as part of the Crawley Fleadh. The event concluded with Irish Dancing and Music in Queens Square

Crawley Saint Patricks Parade 2008

Crawley Saint Patricks Parade 2008

Photos and images from the 2008 Saint Patrick’s Parade, organised by the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society.

CRAWLEY SAINT PATRICKS FESTIVITIES 2006

CRAWLEY SAINT PATRICKS FESTIVITIES 2006

The third annual Saint Patrick’s Celebrations in Crawley will be celebrated from 11-19 March 2006. The previous Saint Patrick’s Weekend has been extended to include more Saint Patrick’s festival events in Crawley. Events will take place throughout Crawley celebrating Ireland’s national celebrations.

Saint Patricks Parade 2005 Photos

Saint Patricks Parade 2005 Photos

Photos and images from the 2005 Saint Patrick’s Parade, organised by the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society as part of the 2nd Annual Saint Patrick’s Weekend. Groups from throughout the area took part in the event. The parade was sponsored by Coinford Construction and Cappagh Group.

CRAWLEY SAINT PATRICK’S TRADITION BEGINS

CRAWLEY SAINT PATRICK’S TRADITION BEGINS

The Crawley Saint Patrick’s Weekend 2004, was the first of its kind to take place in the area and was intended to demonstrate Irish culture to the town.

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