"The Nineteenth century saw a great Springtime of Nations as the revolutions of 1848 saw new countries created the length and breadth of Europe. In our world today we are now seeing our own Spring Awakening with people and cultures that have long been dormant and subdued asserting their right to exist, their right to dream." Adam Price MP
Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Dt David's Day Programme
David's Day Celebrations
Saturday 25th February to Monday 5th March 2012
Saturday 25th February 2012
Parade of the Dragons - from Oriel y Parc down to the Cross Square and back.
Seven Dragon heads will be paraded by local school children followed by Cawl* in the City Hall at 12 noon.
BEST CAWL in ST DAVIDS COMPETITION - St Davids City Hall (op. Barclays Bank) Who makes the Best Cawl in St Davids? Chefs from local restaurants, cafes and hotels as well as enthusiastic amateur cooks compete for the title of producing the Best Cawl in St Davids. The tasters are the judges with the highest number of votes winning. Entry £1.50 - it is free to enter your cawl - contact Julia Horton-Powdrill tel. 01437 721035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Twmpath Dawns with Dawnswyr Glan Cleddau - (Welsh Folk Dancing in the City Hall) Join in the Dancing and Music organised by Cyd/Clonc Ty Ddewi and bring a bottle if you wish.
Sunday 26th February
11am Kick Off
St David’s Mini Rugby Challenge Cup RFC
Cymanfa Ganu in Chapel Seion (Traditional Singing in Welsh and English) followed by Tea in the City Hall
Monday 27th February
(Quiet Day) :-)
Tuesday 28th February
Launch Window Decoration competition Tues 28 Feb – Sat 3 March
Wednesday 29th February
Eisteddfod in the St Davids City Hall - for art, craft and cookery exhibition performances organised by St Davids Over 50's Forum. Contact Glenys James on 01437 720447
Friends in Harmony sing in the City Hall, St Davids