Final straw for the Wrenboys

Dressed in motley clothing and straw masks, five Wrenboys prepare for today's annual Wren parade in Tralee, Co Kerry (pictured on page one of our print edition).

25th December, 2004

Dressed in motley clothing and straw masks, five Wrenboys prepare for today's annual Wren parade in Tralee, Co Kerry (pictured on page one of our print edition).

More than 200 Wrenboys will congregate outside O'Flaherty's pub, before embarking on the traditional parade in the town. Led by local musicians, the Wrenboys collect money for charity.

The Wrenboys have been parading in Tralee for more than 200 years.

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