Celebrated on the 1st of March, St. David’s Day is named after Saint David who reportedly died on this day in 601.
The Patron Saint of Wales was born towards the end of the 5th Century and founded a Monastic Community in The Vale of Roses, where St. David’s Cathedral now sits.
Although St. David’s Day is not an official public holiday, not for lack of trying, it is strongly supported in Wales and by Welsh Groups throughout the world, synonymous with the Daffodil and the Leek portraying all things Welsh.
Also the first official day of Spring the Daffodil is the perfect symbol to highlight the start of flowering in the gardens and hedgerows and the promise of warmer, longer days to come.
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