St. David's Day is the national day of Wales, celebrated on March 1 every year in honour of Saint David, the patron Saint of Wales. Saint David was a Welsh bishop who lived in the 6th century and was renowned for his preaching and teaching.

He is said to have founded many monastic settlements and to have performed miracles during his lifetime.

St. David's Day has been celebrated in Wales since the 12th century, and it is now a public holiday in the country. Many people wear a daffodil or a leek on their lapel, as these are traditional symbols of Wales.

To celebrate St David's Day, Cadw, the body responsible for the upkeep of many of Wales's historical buildings, has announced free entry to sites including Raglan and Beaumaris Castles for the day.

Overall, St. David's Day is an important cultural celebration in Wales and a time for people to come together to celebrate their Welsh identity and heritage.

May the spirit of St. David guide and inspire us to be kind, compassionate, and generous towards others. Happy St. David's Day!

Happy St. David's Day! Let's take a moment to appreciate the stunning landscapes, vibrant communities, and unique heritage of Wales.

The day is also marked by church services and parades, as well as traditional Welsh food and drink. Some of the traditional dishes associated with St. David's Day include cawl , Welsh rarebit and bara brith