The St Patrick's Day Parade Is Coming To Manchester Tomorrow

Here's everything you need to know: times, weather and route

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The 2019 Manchester Irish Festival is well under way in Manchester, with the festivities running until St Patrick's Day on Sunday 17 March.

The St Patrick's Day Parade will walk the streets of Manchester tomorrow, Sunday 10 March, one week ahead of St Paddy's Day.

Which route will the parade take?

According to organisers, the parade will leave the Irish World Heritage Centre on Irish Town Way at 12pm, finishing at Albert Square close to 1pm.

The parade will pass the Statue of St Patrick at St Chads on Cheetham Hill Road, before turning onto New Broad Street and Deansgate, finishing up by Manchester Town Hall.

Image: Manchester Irish Festival

Thousands of people are expected to turn up for the festivities tomorrow, lining the streets as the parade walks by.

What's the weather like?

According to The Met Office, we're due heavy rain tomorrow morning until 11am, followed by clouds with light rain and sunshine.

Temperature highs of 5 degrees, so make sure you wrap up warm!

You can find more information about the parade here.

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