A great month to be in Wales. Why? St David's Day of course! But besides that there's plenty to enjoy in Wales as spring peeks its head around the corner...
St David's Day
01 March. A day full of children wearing black 'chimney' hats and shawls. Parades of leeks, daffodils, flags of Saint David and herds of red dragons - on flags of course. All in celebration of the patron saint of Wales, St David.
Anglesey Half Marathon
Crickhowell Walking Festival
06 - 14 March 2021. Crickhowell. Once again it's time to get your boots on and your walking gear out to head for the hills with Crickhowell's Walking Festival. The festival is a well-established feature on the local calendar. It attracts walkers from all over the country, as well as locals keen to embrace the great scenery on offer.
North Wales Choral Festival
Six Nations Rugby
14 March 2021. Treat your mother to something special in Wales. What about a relaxing spa break? Or a day out shopping in the capital? A treat at one of Cardiff's tastiest eateries? Whatever your motivation, Wales has a great selection of places to spoil yourself.
The Laugharne Weekend
The Laugharne Weekend is a celebration of all things Dylan Thomas. It is a leftfield literary and musical talent from around the world.
Find out more about The Laugharne Weekend. Postponed until 2 - 4 October 2020.
Cardiff Half Marathon
28 March 2021. Competitors race right through Cardiff city centre past some iconic locations, with beautiful scenery and historic buildings, starting at Cardiff Castle, and passing the Millennium Stadium, Penarth Marina, before crossing the Cardiff Barrage and racing through Cardiff Bay before finishing close to Cardiff City Hall.
Find out more about the Cardiff Half Marathon