Saint David's Day History
Saint David’s Day seeks to commemorate the patron saint of Wales. Saint David was a Welsh bishop who lived during the 6th century. This day aims to honour the Saint with a day of celebration. It is said he spread his faith and teachings and performed several miracles. This day is accompanied by traditional emblems such as daffodils and leeks. Special services are typically held as well as parades and performances.
Saint David’s Day has been recognized since the 12th century. It is celebrated annually on 1 March.
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Saint David's Day References and Related Siteswww.bbc.co.uk: Saint David's Day