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St David’s Day in Dublin with Visit Wales

Visit Wales, together with many other Welsh bodies, celebrated St David’s Day with great style at Glencairn, the residence of the British Ambassador to Ireland.

Dep.Minister Ken Skates MA,Cathy Jordan,Cerys Matthews and H.E. Dominick Chilcott.
Deputy Minister Ken Skates MA, Cathy Jordan, Cerys Matthews and H.E. Dominick Chilcott

 

The evening was hosted by H.E. Dominick Chilcott and the Welsh delegation was led by the Welsh Government Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Ken Skates MA.

Joe Gorey,Pat Flood and Shirley McCay were at the event.
Joe Gorey, Pat Flood and Shirley McCay were at the event

It really was all about Wales as the guests enjoyed typical Welsh food washed down with Brains beer or Penderyn single malt Welsh whiskey. However, the tourism message was quite simple: they want more Irish visitors!

Minister for Foreign Affairs,Charlie Flanagan TD,Fiona Healy and Peter Finniegan at the St.Davids day evenibg .
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan TD, Fiona Healy and Peter Finnegan at the St David’s Day evening

But it was not all about food and drink, as the very talented Cerys Matthews brought along her music, and really wooed the guests.

The fashionable Lauren Lovelace meets Nerys Willams in Glencairn.
Fashionable Lauren Lovelace meets Nerys Willams in Glencairn

Meanwhile Llwynhelyg Country House  in Carmarthenshire ,has been named as one of the top ten best bed and breakfast in the World,just two years after it first opened .

Jane Harris meets with Sara Whines from Visit Wales.
Jane Harris and Sara Whines from Visit Wales

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