Gŵyl Dewi 2021

Katherine PeachEvents, Featured

“This is Wales. We’re doing good things- for each other, for our country, for the world. Come and join us.”

In Wales, these past months have reset our priorities, reminding us of what is truly important in our lives. Rediscovering that sense of community.

But now is the time to move away from the past and drive towards a better future. St David’s Day on 1 March 2021 is an opportunity to showcase the best of Wales and you’re invited.

This year, they will be running a 72 hour digital festival from Friday 26th to Monday 1st March. This jam-packed programme of digital events includes; music, art, yoga, a cook-a-long, dark skies, and more- plus celebrity appearances across the weekend!

But that’s not all, offices around the world also have a packed schedule of digital events for you to enjoy. Covering sustainability and climate change, science and innovation, business and education.

With the year we’ve had, this is the perfect event to get involved in. Get your friends and family to join in too!

Keep up to date on the upcoming line-ups on their Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

This year’s Wales Week Worldwide programme is going digital from 20 February to 7 March, with digital events and activities organised by Welsh people and societies, carrying the idea of simply doing good things, big or small, to further strengthen this community.