WALLED towns across north Wales will come together to commemorate their shared history.

A troop of 150 vintage cars will roll into Denbigh for the Walled Towns Trail Car Run, which will see entrants set off from the town on the morning of Sunday, September 30 and stop at fellow walled towns Conwy, Beaumaris and finally Caernarfon.

The four towns’ castle walls were built by Kind Edward I during and after his Conquest of Wales between 1277 and 1283.

Cars from across Wales and the north west of England will be attending, with cars including a 1931 Rolls Royce, E-Type Jaguars and classics dated to 1924.

Catherine Jones, mayor of Denbigh, will be flagging the cars from the starting line in the town at around 9.15am, when they will travel in groups ordered by the oldest to newest.

Cllr Jones said: “This is a fantastic event that helps to bring awareness to walled towns.

“Not many people know that Denbigh is a walled town, whereas it is obvious in Conwy, for example.

“The four walled towns have strong links and the annual vintage car trail is an opportunity to promote each other and generate tourism.

“It is wonderful to see all the different makes and colours, and there are always some amazing classics.”

The cars will depart from: the Caledfryn council offices in Denbigh at 9.15am, Bodlondeb in Conwy at 10.45am, The Green in Beaumaris at 1.30pm, before completing the journey at Caernarfon Quay around 3pm.

The public is welcomed to join the cars on their trail.

For more information on the car trail visit the North Wales Walled Towns Trail Car Run Facebook page.