Caerphilly Businesses Celebrate St David’s Day

As Wales prepares to celebrate St David’s Day in a tier 4 lockdown on Monday 1st March, ample opportunity remains to showcase the best that Caerphilly has to offer. Every year groups of people from all sectors of the community embrace their welsh roots and commemorate the day with special events and 2021 is no exception. The country may be in lockdown, but you cannot keep the love and passion for Wales locked up.

Get involved in activities from the safety of your home and link in with Visit Wales’ four-day digital feast of good things from Wales from 26th February to 1st March; Follow #stdavidsday to keep updated. Make a welsh recipe, draw a welsh landscape, colour an iconic welsh building, play some welsh music or listen to an moving welsh choir. There is so much you can do to make your 2021 St David’s Day celebrations one to remember!

If a little more inspiration is needed, here are a few local businesses that can help get you in the mood for St David’s Day.

Casa Mia Mediterranean Restaurant, Caerphilly

Let the welsh flavours flow with a high-quality St David’s Day menu to tantalise the taste buds. Available from Wednesday 3rd March, there will be leek and Caerphilly cheese bruschetta, lamb cawl, Welsh lamb soup as well as Glamorgan and Welsh Dragon Sausage. To order and for the full ‘Welsh Selection Specials’ menu please visit or follow ‘Casa Mia Restaurant Caerphilly’ on Facebook and Instagram.

Welsh Gifts with Heart

Selling a wide range of Welsh gifts and souvenirs online including Welsh love spoons, Welsh slate gifts, Welsh jewellery and Welsh toys; there are some beautiful St David’s Day gifts for your loved ones. New national Welsh tartan products are now in stock too! Visit Welsh Gifts with Heart at or follow on Facebook for more information.

Blackwood Miners Institute & Caerphilly Arts Development

Celebrate St David’s Day with Caerphilly Councils creative arts team. Take a picture, do a colouring, create a collage or sculpture a daffodil or dragon and put it in your window on St David’s Day. Bring Welsh joy to the streets of Caerphilly. Share your creations on social media using #StDavidsDayCaerphilly

The Arts Service has been working with the Integrated Well Being Network to organise a virtual singalong. Join a selection of local singing groups and choirs to take part in singing Calon Lan on St David’s Day. The live stream starts at 6pm on 1st March. Follow for the livestream, and Caerphilly Arts Development on Facebook for more information.

Y Galeri Caerfilli

Y Galeri have some beautiful ceramic Welsh ladies in stock for that extra special Welsh gift. Handmade in Caerphilly, each one is unique, standing at approximately 16 to 18cms in height. Just £20 each including delivery with the option of a personalised name tag. If you are looking for a statement investment piece, then the raku fired Welsh ladies by ceramicist Jane Malvisi are also available. Prices range from £180-£200 and can be collected from the gallery only.

Caerphilly Youth Service

Caerphilly Youth Service are offering young people aged up to 25 a chance to win a £20 e-voucher in return for Welsh inspired creativity! Submit a photo of your welsh artwork, cookery skills or of you wearing something that celebrates Welsh culture to be entered into the free prize draw. Follow ‘Caerphilly Youth Service’ on Facebook for full information.


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