Carmarthenshire is set to celebrate St David’s Day on March 1 with a host of activities across the county.

From concerts and festivals to workshops and celebratory events in libraries and schools, the county is ready to commemorate the day of our patron saint.

Exciting events are planned in Ammanford, Llandeilo and other parts of the county.

Particularly exciting are the St David’s Celebration Concerts across Theatrau Sir Gâr’s three venues, presented in partnership with Loud Applause Productions including at Theatr y Glowyr, Ammanford.

Meanwhile, libraries dish up fun for the youngsters.

In the run-up to the big day, our libraries in Ammanford, Carmarthen and Llanelli will hold craft workshops making leeks and daffodils, Welsh dragon chocolates and 3D printed personalised daffodil bookmarks.

But it's not just about the bright yellow blooms.

The county's primary school pupils will be performing a harmonious celebration of their land, language, culture and people, as part of 'A Song for St David’s Day.'

Cabinet member for regeneration, leisure, culture and tourism, Cllr Hazel Evans, said: "Carmarthenshire is very much looking forward to celebrating our patron saint, Dewi Sant through a wide variety of activities over the coming week.

"In keeping with Dewi’s famous saying, ‘Gwnewch y pethau bychain’ - ‘Do the small things’ I would encourage everyone to support the local celebrations within their community as it's a wonderful occasion for people to get together."

The Daffodil Festival in Carmarthen and the Two Saints Festival happening from February 27 to March 1 in Llandeilo also play into the region's dedication to the national celebration.

For those who wish to connect with the rich local history, Eisteddfodau Llandeilo is taking place on March 1, where people can learn about the tradition of the eisteddfod in an environment packed with cultural connotation.

Check out the Discover Carmarthenshire website to get more information and attend Carmarthenshire's St. David's Day events and other activities across the county.

The celebration and community spirit are set to be as vibrant as the daffodils that symbolise the day.