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St Davids Day Celebrations  Monday 20th February – Saturday 4th March 2017

Unearthed in a field  Friday 16th June – Sunday 18th June 2017

St Davids Streets Arts Festival  Saturday 15th July – Monday 17th July 2017

St Davids Arts Festival (performing)   Around the first three weeks in August

Red Bull Cliff Diving  How it was last year.

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St Davids Day Celebrations  20 February – 4 March 2017   View web page for full details.

Some key events in 2016 were (2017 yet to be confirmed):

Saturday 27th February

Ras Dewi Sant – Coastal Path Marathon or Half Marathon – 7am

Parade of the Dragons from Oriel y Parc – 11am

BEST CAWL in ST DAVIDS COMPETITION – St Davids City Hall 11.30pm -1.30pm

Twmpath Dawns with Dawnswyr Glan Cleddau – (Welsh Folk Dancing in the City Hall) – 7.30pm

Sunday 28th February

St David’s Mini Rugby Challenge Cup RFC –  St Davids Rugby Club – 10.30am

Vintage Moror Bike Ride at  Oriel y Parc – 10.30am

Cymanfa Ganu in Chapel Seion (Traditional Singing in Welsh and English) followed by Tea in the City Hall – 2.30pm

Monday 29th February

Eisteddfod in the St Davids City Hall – 11am to 3pm

Tuesday 1st March

Events start at 8.15am with the sending of the message to the Senedd in Cardiff from the Cross Square.

A pilgrims walk starts at 11.15 from St Non’s to Oriel y Parc visitor centre.

Bishop’s Blessing on the Cross Square at 12.10pm, Prayers to the Shrine of St David in the Cathedral at 12.30pm.  Chronicles of St David film at Oriel y Parc 3pm.  Choral Eucharist in the Cathedral 6pm.

 

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Unearthed in a field  Friday 16th June – Sunday 18th June 2017

‘Celebrating the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal’
Unearthed In a Field is about unearthing something hidden within. Something that lies deep within us, sub language, sub thought, like an underground stream that connects us all and nourishes.

We are very much about the Earth, environment and universe.

As a festival we feel its important to have a focus for celebration. We recognized some time ago that there are groups of people who are already well practiced in spiritual ways of life, sustainable ways of living, some people call these groups ‘hippies’. Equally there are large groups within our community that allocate no mental attention to these things, but live contented lives none the less pursuing what some people would call the more ‘mainstream’ culture.

It is our understanding that there are benefits to all by bringing us together, regardless of what group others put us in.

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Unearth in a field

Unearthed in a Field is not about groups. Its about oneness. About creating a space where people of all backgrounds can come together peacefully and share knowledge, skills, conversations, laughter and dance.

The philosophy of this event is about the expansion of consciousness. This may take the form of expanding conscious awareness of material items, or for some this expansion will occur within the field of the more ethereal.

We are not here to tell you where you need to expand into. We are here to create a space where you feel comfortable to find your own curiosities. Through these experiences we hope you leave feeling uplifted, with more understanding of the world and each other. We believe this helps us to feel more contentment and create a better world.

For more information, please visit the web site  www.unearthedinafield.co.uk

 

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St Davids Streets Arts Festival  Saturday 15th July – Monday 17th July 2017

A new festival for St Davids to bring the city centre streets alive with all things art.

 

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St Davids Arts Festival (performing)   around he first three weeks in August 2017    www.festivalarts.org.uk

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For over 40 years, the Arts Festival has been taking place annually over a three week period during August in St Davids and Mathry Community Hall (about 5 miles away). The outdoor performance takes place in the stunning Bishop’s Palace with a play by Shakespere (dress up warm) and a light hearted Sunday patchwork performance in the undercroft. The family show takes place in Mathry Community Hall.AF_undercroft

In 2016 the the following performances will be given:

The Comedy of Errors  –   Venue: Bishop’s Palace

To be announced     Venue: Bishop’s Palace undercroft  (Sundays)

Alice in Wonderland –   Venue: Mathry Community Hall

Tickets from £8 to £10 with family concessions

For more information see  www.festivalarts.org.uk  or tel. 07891 599826

 

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Red Bull Cliff Diving  – How it was in 2016

Held at the Blue Lagoon near Abereiddi, St Davids, this is the 6th stop (out of 9) for the 2016 series. Some 5,000 tickets were released on 13th July available at the National Trust shop in St Davids. See  www.nationaltrust.org.uk/pembrokeshire  and  www.redbullcliffdiving.com


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