Don't spend this St David's Day at home!
On the 1st March visit Cardiff to see the children in their red sshawls and chimney hats, bright green leeks and yellow daffodils both turned into traditional accessories.
Join in the parade which travels from City Hall through Kingsway, St John Street, working street, The Hayes, Mill Lane, St Mary Street, High street and through Cardiff Castles main gate into the Castles Grounds, what could get you in better spirit?
St David's Day is one of the biggest events held in Cardiff so come along and celebrate the tradition with your community!
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