Celebrate the Welsh national day on the 1st March with Welsh food and wearing something (or all) black and yellow. The feast day for Wales’ patron saint falls on the very start of March to commemorate his death but has been celebrated in grand style since the 18th century.
Saint David was a renowned bible teacher and founded a monastic community which dwelt in the Glyn Rhosin or Vale of The Roses. The beautiful Saint David’s Cathedral now marks the location. The Welsh are known for their amazing singing tradition so why not attend a concert, party or the brilliant parades that will be taking place in Cardiff?