Cornish Tartan Fabric Brooch with handmade St Piran Flag button centre. Perfect for St Pirans day in March in Cornwall.

Cornish Tartan Fabric Brooch with handmade St Piran Flag button centre. Perfect for St Pirans day in March in Cornwall

Cornish Tartan Fabric Brooch with handmade St Piran Flag button centre. Perfect for St Pirans day in March in Cornwall.

St Piran's Cross on Penhale Sands near Perranporth, Cornwall.  It's thought that this might be the cross referred to in a charter of AD 960 as "cristelmael".

St Piran's Cross on Penhale Sands near Perranporth, Cornwall. It's thought that this might be the cross referred to in a charter of AD 960 as "cristelmael".

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Cross | Perran Dunes, Perranporth, Cornwall     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Cross | Perran Dunes, Perranporth, Cornwall ✫ღ⊰n

St Piran's Cross, Penhale Sands, Cornwall. This 8 ft high cross is the oldest recorded cross in Cornwall. It was already an old landmark when mentioned in AD 960.

St Piran's Cross, Penhale Sands, Cornwall. This 8 ft high cross is the oldest recorded cross in Cornwall. It was already an old landmark when mentioned in AD 960.

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Well | Cornwall: Steps at St Piran's Well     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Well | Cornwall: Steps at St Piran's Well ✫ღ⊰n

St Piran, patron saint of tin-miners, and also regarded as the patron saint of Cornwall.

St Piran, patron saint of tin-miners, and also regarded as the patron saint of Cornwall.

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Cross | Penhale Sands, Perranporth, Cornwall: 'The three-holed granite cross of St Piran near the church.'     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PIRAN | St Piran's Cross | Penhale Sands, Perranporth, Cornwall: 'The three-holed granite cross of St Piran near the church.' ✫ღ⊰n

St. Piran's Day, Cornwall - St Piran's Day, the national day of Cornwall, England, is held on March 5th every year. The day is named in honor of Saint Piran, the patron saint of tin miners. The modern observance of St Piran's day, as a national symbol of the people of Cornwall, started in the late 19th and early 20th century when Celtic revivalists sought to provide the people of Cornwall with a national day similar to those observed in other nations. (Celts, Celtic, English, history)

St. Piran's Day, Cornwall - St Piran's Day, the national day of Cornwall, England, is held on March 5th every year. The day is named in honor of Saint Piran, the patron saint of tin miners. The modern observance of St Piran's day, as a national symbol of the people of Cornwall, started in the late 19th and early 20th century when Celtic revivalists sought to provide the people of Cornwall with a national day similar to those observed in other nations. (Celts, Celtic, English, history)

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