A UK Royal Navy warship is sailing to north Wales (today) to take part in the annual Armed Forces Day celebrations.
HMS St Albans, reports NorthWalesLive, will arrive at the Port of Holyhead to take part in a series of events .
As part of North Wales Armed Forces Day on Saturday, 250 members of the public will enjoy a free tour of the Type 23 frigate which is the UK's only "on-duty warship".
The ship's 185 strong crew will also take part in a special ceremony to mark awarding the Freedom of Anglesey to the Royal Navy Submarine Service.
This honour will take place in Holyhead and will be followed by a civic reception and a memorial service, commemorating the loss of HMS Thetis in June 1939.
This will include a parade through the town of Holyhead by members of the Armed Forces community and veterans.
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