On 30 November, Scots all around the world will be celebrating Scotland’s national day, St Andrew’s Day.
- St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland
- St Andrew is celebrated on 30 November
- St Andrew’s Day is a day to celebrate Scottish culture, cuisine and ceilidhs
- St Andrew’s flag is the flag of Scotland
- It’s in the form of a white X on a blue background
- It is commonly known as The Saltire
- St Andrew’s Societies exist around the world to celebrate Scottish culture
Taking care of fishermen, helping maidens find husbands, soothing gout sufferers, as well as watching over millions of Scots descendants; Saint Andrew won’t have a minute to himself on November 30th! As people from Siberia to Saltcoats celebrate Scotland’s National Day, explore the facts, legends and celebrations surrounding one of the world’s busiest saints.
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