St David's Day

The first of March is marked by celebrations all over Wales for the national patron saint, St. David. He was canonised in the 12th century and the day marks his death in 589 A.D.
St David's Day, celebrated on 1 March, commemorates the death of the patron saint of Wales in c569 AD. St David (or Dewi
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Happy St David's Day, everyone! Yes, even if you're not Welsh. We think it's what Dave would have wanted. And what better
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Only 7% of people in Wales want the country to become independent, a new survey shows. Today on St David's Day, a study published
Only 7% of people in Wales want the country to become independent, a new survey shows. Today on St David's Day, a study published
Google welcomed March in with a celebratory St David's day dragon doodle. Y Ddraig Goch, the red dragon, is the national