PRESTATYN’S High Street is to host a special event on Saturday (June 8) celebrating the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

Organised by Prestatyn Town Council, this will take place between 12pm and 7.39pm.

The largest seaborne invasion in history, D-Day took place on June 6, 1944 and marks the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II.


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This was the start of the Allied operations which would ultimately liberate Western Europe, defeat Nazi Germany and bring an end to the war.

Saturday’s event on Prestatyn’s High Street will feature stalls and live music, and is free for people to attend.

A spokesperson for the town council said: “We are expecting a wonderful turnout, with vehicles, live music, and stalls.

“We will also be joined by the cadets, Royal British Legion, Army Recruitment, as well as Mayor Adrian West and the town crier.”