HUNDREDS of people lined the streets of Caernarfon over the weekend to join in with the Town football club’s open top bus celebrations.

The Canaries sealed their return to the Welsh Premier League last month before securing the Huws Gray Alliance (HGA) title with a win over Caersws.

On Saturday, the club organised an open top bus parade around the Town to help mark the special occasion.

The bus set off from Caernarfon’s home ground, The Oval, as manager Sean Eardley and the players jumped aboard along with the HGA trophy.

It then continued on through several areas of the Town such as Hendre and Ysgubor Goch as residents joined in with the party.

The tour, which lasted around half an hour, ended on The Maes where yellow and green coloured flares were set off as fans gathered in their numbers to chant familiar club songs.

Players, such as fan favourites Darren Thomas and Nathan Craig then stopped off at The Castle hotel to have a drink with fans and share their favourite moments from what has been a truly memorable season for the club.

Town Mayor, Cllr Ioan Thomas joined in with celebrations at the end of the event and even got his hands on the trophy.

Speaking after the club’s promotion back to Wales’ top flight, he said: “Caernarfon Town being promoted back to the Welsh Premier League is great news for both the club and the town itself.

“You have to give credit to the spirited bunch of individuals who have worked hard to get them back to the top flight. Congratulations to them all!”

Manager Sean Eardley described the occasion as “special” and thanked locals for turning up to show their support for the club.