St Patrick's Day

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This Wednesday is St Patrick's Day, a few facts as to why this day is a special one:
Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17th March, the traditional death date of St Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
St. Patrick was a 5th-century missionary to Ireland who is credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland. He became a legendary figure by the end of the 7th century and is considered a patron saint of Ireland. The shamrock ☘️ a 3-leaf clover is the symbol used to mark this day as St Patrick is attributed with holding a shamrock.
Normally it is a highly celebrated day both in and out of Ireland! Unfortunately, this year due to restrictions England won't be able to share in the celebrations in the same way as previous years. Have you thought about using fireworks instead as a way to celebrate? 
Fireworks give off a large display of both noise and colour (unless you buy low noise fireworks as these are more suitable for you), what better way to celebrate!

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