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Flint Town Council along with Flintshire County Council have big plans to welcome home Olympic Champion Jade Jones.
In recognition of Jade's 2016 Olympic success in Rio, the double Gold medalist will be the guest of honour at a civic reception at Flint Town Hall and will tour her home town in an open top bus.
The event will take place on Saturday 17 September 2016.
Team GB's record breaking athletes will arrive back in the UK later today to a hero's welcome.
Great Britain secured a total of 67 medals at the Games in Rio, finishing second in the medals table ahead of China and surpassing the number of medals won in London four years ago by two.
Athletes from Wales also achieved their best ever Olympic tally, bringing home 10 medals across a range of sports including sailing, cycling and rowing.
Welsh athlete Non Stanford has narrowly missed out on a bronze medal in the women's triathlon at Rio.
The 27-year-old finished fourth, just seconds behind Team GB's Vicky Holland who took bronze.
The USA's Gwen Jorgensen took gold, whilst Nicola Spirig from Switzerland took silver.
Fellow Welsh athlete Helen Jenkins crossed in 19th position.
Taekwondo Olympic champion Jade Jones says she's amazed at the level of support she's received from people back home in Wales and her native Flint.
The 23-year-old was speaking after she won her second gold medal in the 57kg category last night, adding to the one the picked up four years ago in London.
That gold makes it four in total for Welsh athletes at this year's Olympics - a new record which surpasses the three won in London.
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Thousands lined the streets last night to celebrate the return of the taekwondo star.
In an interview with ITV Wales, the Cardiff-born Olympic sailor also spoke of her relief at winning gold with race partner Saskia Clark.