Saturday, February 27, 2010
The City looks wonderful with so many houses and windows with daffodils, Welch flags, St. Davids and Dragon's images for the 2010 Window Display Competition.
Deborah did this morning this St. Davids that now is in the front of our house, Ty Withey.
Cawl is considered by many to be the National Dish of Wales.
So today after the Dragon's Parade, different cooks from St. Davids area made the best of the best cawls, and the winner were:
1. The Farmer's Arms.
3. The Refectory.
The winners received the certificates from St. David's Mayor Cllr Stephanie Halse, and Julia Horton-Powdrill and Brian Powdrill, the Really Wild Cawl Competition organizers.
Friday, February 26, 2010
The 2010 Dragon Parade is coming.
Tomorrow, leaving at 11:30 am from Oriel y Parc, hundreds of people will see the handmade dragons made St. Davids and Pembrokeshire pupils.
This is the second year of a popular and very artistic parade.
More pictures tomorrow in this blog.
These are pictures from last year's parade, including the former Mayor of the City, David Chant.