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St Patrick's Day is a celebration for everyone, not just the Irish. That's according to some of the people that have been at the parade in Nottingham today.
To celebrate St Patrick's Day, four time World Irish Dancing Champion Declan Mchale from Warwickshire came to ITV News Central to teach presenter Bob Warman the tricks of the trade.
Some of his students start very young, today's challenge was to get a spring into Bob's step. See how they got on...
Hundreds of people have turned out for the 15th annual St Patrick's Day parade in Nottingham.
The parade started at 11:00am at the Forest Recreation Ground, before heading down Mansfield Road into the city centre.
Thirty-one different groups are involved in this year's event, including schools Our Lady's of Perpetual Succour in Bulwell, and St Mary's Hyson Green.
After the parade entertainment will continue on a special stage set up in the city's Old Market Square.
Thousands came out to celebrate St Patrick's day in Birmingham today including seven marching bands.
The Parade began in Digbeth High Street at 12pm ending in St Martin's Lane.
Police are advising drivers roads will stay closed until 4.30pm.
Rugby fans are celebrating a better-than-usual St Patrick's Day as Ireland won the Six Nations yesterday.
Thousands of people have turned out in Birmingham for the city's St Patrick's Day celebrations. Around 80,000 people are expected to be at the event which is one of the biggest in the world.