World Dragon Day

World Dragon Day

Saturday 16th October 2021

Many groups and individuals around the world are already involved, and more people are being reached every day. Everyone can join in by celebrating the Dragons in their own way, and there is a wide range of events on the day, including a worldwide meditation wave at 7.00pm…

Lots more information is available on the World Dragon Day website with details about events in different countries:

Celebrating World Dragon Day in Wales

Saturday October 16th 2021 

11.00 am

Port Eynon, The Gower (near Swansea)

Free Event with Val Young -

On the beach to the right of the old Salt House

We will be honouring the Dragons in an Open Circle, giving heartfelt thanks and gratitude for all the work that they are involved in at this time globally – with all the energy flows that they carry and the new energies coming in. Also for the role that they have in raising our awareness in a personal way –the assistance and guidance that they give and always will give to us as individuals.

So we will be showing appreciation for their work globally and individually, and for their unconditional love for the Earth.

We will be creating a spiral on the beach, holding ceremony and offering our own creative gifts of music, drumming, song, poems, drawing, paintings - or anything that honours the Dragons in our own way as a Thank You to them all!

You are welcome to bring a picnic along so that we can all socialize together after the ceremony – weather permitting!

So please come along and join in with the celebrations on this special day, World Dragon Day 2021.

Free Event – parking and toilets available (café closed)

Port Eynon Car Park, Swansea SA3 1NN

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