CROESO! - that's Welsh for 'Welcome!'
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The daffodil and the leek are both national emblems of Wales.
Traditionally, school children in Wales would wear these emblems to school on St. David's Day.
Boys would have a leek pinned to their jumpers and girls would wear a daffodil pinned to theirs.
Enter the lair of Y Ddraig- see if you can find the hidden flag of St David (*) - 'pick and click' a flag! Your selection will appear in a box, top left.
(*) It is a gold cross on a black background.
'Y Ddraig Goch' - 'The Red Dragon', centerpiece of our National Flag - known to eat Englishmen who dare to . . . . well, be English!