The name of St Patrick is celebrated around the world – everyone knows the patron Saint of Ireland. Facts about ancient saints are sometimes clouded in myth and legend, but we know for certain that Patrick is a real, historical figure. His writing still exists today, including his autobiography. But Patrick didn’t start in Ireland.
Here’s the outline of the four journeys celebrating the Landscape of Faith across South Wales in June. Please click on the links below to discover more information and how you can get involved.Watch this space for further news of things to discover and explore: JOURNEY 1: Strata Florida – Llantwit Major the adventure begins Tuesday
He may be running the country during the worst pandemic in living memory but Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford took time out of his demanding schedule on St Patrick’s Day to join the village of Banwen and the Landscapes of Faith festival on a community zoom event marking Wales’ connections with St Patrick. The First Minister congratulated
London’s Westminster Cathedral is a fabulous building. If this church was in a Mediterranean city you would have visited it on one of your holidays. But, tucked as it is, just off the pavement between London Victoria station and the UK Houses of Parliament the place remains for many a hidden gem. It is the