NATIONAL pride was in evidence as high street's in Rhyl and Prestatyn marked St David's Day.
Rhyl High Street was the place to be as traders embraced traditional Welsh symbolism on Friday March 1.
Daffodils and Welsh cakes were the order of the day as part of the latest round of in-town themed events to welcome shoppers.
In Prestatyn pupils and staff from primary school Ysgol y Llys held their annual St David's Day parade in the resort's high street.
Schoolchildren walked from Prince's Avenue, Prestatyn, to the town centre waving flags and dressed in traditional costume before gathering outside Ty Nant council offices. They entertained locals and parents whilst singing traditional Welsh songs.
On their way back to school, they distributed cards celebrating St David's Day to local shops.
Headteacher Dyfan Phillips said: "It was great seeing the pupils so proud of their Welsh identity and great receiving such a positive response from the local community."