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St David

The wonderful Welsh time of the year is here again for 2016! March 1st marks the famed St David’s Day, of which celebrations take place up and down the country – and in fact across the world.

Whether you’re Welsh or not, St David’s Day in Wales is an atmosphere to be felt, where many pin up their Daffodils and Leeks on their traditional Welsh outfits and celebrate Wales’ national day.

Seren Y Dyffryn is a holiday park in Llandudno that overlooks much of the North Wales coastline and magical landscapes, offering prime location for a both a relaxing and/or eventful experience.

Known for his pilgrimage to Jerusalem, Archbishop status and ability to make the land rise up beneath him, St David spread Christianity across Wales. He maintained the St David’s Cathedral located in North West Wales, which saw people make pilgrimage to from all over.

With St David’s Day being the biggest day to celebrate all things Welsh, why not come over to some of the greatest events available on this patriotic day, just a short distance away from Seren Y Dyffryn Holiday Park in Llandudno.

Colwyn Bay St David’s Day Parade

The annual parade sees more than 800 school children dressed in the Welsh national costume take to the centre of Colwyn Bay. Following the parade, a concert will take place locally at St Paul’s Church, with pupils performing a variety of recitals, songs and dances. 

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Wrexham St David’s Parade

Once again, St David’s Day will host a march and entertainments to celebrate the special day. Starting from Wrexham’s Coleg Cambria at 11am and finishing at Queens Square at 11:25am the day to be confirmed, visitors will enjoy singing, entertainment and speeches.

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Bethesda St David’s Day Parade

Following the success of 2015, Bethesda will be holding their second St David’s Day parade, which will see lots of unique Welsh themed celebrations take place across the town.

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Free entry to Welsh Heritage Sites

Many of the attractions across Wales will be open for free admission as a part of the St David’s Day celebrations, with many of the historical castles proving the perfect place to visit. Conwy, Beaumaris, Caernarfon, Criccieth and Denbigh Castles are all among the sites with free entry to celebrate Wales’ national day.

Seren Y Dyffryn Holiday Park in Llandudno is a carefully planned park that offers supreme location overlooking the wonderful North Wales region. Exclusive, small and friendly, the park boasts the ability to make you feel a million miles away from everything, while still allowing quick and easy access to local nearby towns such as Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Conwy and surrounding areas.


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