The Oriel y Parc Dragon Parade in the tiny Pembrokeshire city of St Davids started in sunshine and ended in a downpour but had a lot of fun along the way!

The 11am procession, which was organised by Oriel y Parc National Discovery Centre, saw local school pupils and care in the community members and their dazzling dragons walk down the High Street, supported by Samba Doc, Pembrokeshire’s Community Samba Band.

The crowd gathered at the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park attraction on Saturday, March 2 decided to call the baby dragon Dewi, after Dewi Sant (Saint David), patron saint of Wales in whose honour March 1 is declared St David’s Day.

Artist Kate Evans worked with the schools to make the parade dragon and the giant dragon egg.

The schools and groups who took part in the parade were:

- Care in the Community, St Davids with artist Elly Morgan;

- Ysgol Denrhyn Dewi, Year 2 and Year 4;

- Ysgol Ger y Llan, Letterston, Year 3/4;

- Holy Name Catholic Primary School, Fishguard, Reception;

- Cylch Meithrin, Croesgoch Playgroup.