St Davids Day!

Happy St Davids Day! St David's Day is celebrated around the patron saint of Wales, St David. He was born on the south west-coast of Wales, near to where the city of St Davids is today! St David was the greatest figure in the 6th century Welsh Age of Saints, founder of the scores of religious communities, and the only native -born patron saint of the countries of Britain and Ireland. Usually, St David’s Day is a day of parades, concerts and eisteddfodau (festivals of music, language and culture). Flags are flown. The national anthem is sung with extra fervour. Children go to school in traditional Welsh dress, and people proudly pin a daffodil or leek to their lapel.

At Gold Reserves we have a Welsh collection for all of our Welsh themed and Clogau jewellery where we can proudly present our country. You can shop this on our website this St David’s Day!