The patron saint ofis Saint Andrew. The patron saint of is Saint Patrick. The patron saint of is Saint David.
England: St George Wales: St David Ireland: St Patrick Scotland: St Andrew
St. George is the patron saint of England. St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. St. David is the patron saint of Wales.
The United Kingdom has no patron saint. However, each country within it has one or more patron saints. Here are some examples:England - Patron Saints:Augustine of CanterburyCuthbertGeorgeGregory the GreatMichael the ArchangelOur Lady of Mount Carmel at AylesfordOur Lady of WalsinghamScotland - Patron SaintsAndrew the ApostleColumba of IonaKessogMargaret of ScotlandPalladius of IrelandWales - Patron SaintDavid of WalesNorthern Ireland - none shown.
The saints are:England : St GeorgeScotland: St AndrewWales: St DavidNorthern Ireland: St Patrick
The patron saints of England are: Augustine of CanterburyCuthbertGeorgeGregory the GreatMichael the ArchangelOur Lady of Mount Carmel at AylesfordOur Lady of WalsinghamThe patron saints of Scotland are: Andrew the ApostleColumbaKessogMargaret of ScotlandPalladiusThe patron saint of Wales is: David of Wales
England - St. George Scotland - St. Andrew Wales - St. David Ireland - St. Patrick
St. Patrick was born in either Wales or Scotland.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland.
Patrick was originally from Roman Britain, either Scotland or Wales.
Wales and Scotland are part of the United Kingdom. Northern Ireland is part of it, but the Republic of Ireland is not.
Patrick was born in either Scotland or Wales in the 3rd century.
well Ireland Scotland and wales all came are all Celtic
Wales, England, Scotland and Northern IrelandEngland, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland !
No. Scotland, Ireland and Wales are close to each other, but a long way from Ukraine.
The Patron Saint of England is George The Patron Saint of Scotland is Andrew The Patron Saint of Wales us David The Patron Saint of Ireland is Patrick. St Patrick is the patron saint of N. Ireland. All the other answers are rubbish. Northern Ireland is not part of Great Britain, it is part of the UK. I know this because I live here.
No country consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. The United Kingdom refers to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but does not include the Republic of Ireland. Ireland can refer to the island of Ireland, which includes the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and it can also refer to just the Republic of Ireland.
Scotland is bigger than Ireland,but not much.
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland.England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
Scotland, Northern Ireland, Cornwall, and Wales.
England=London, Edinburg=Scotland, Cardiff=Wales, and Belfast=Northern Ireland
England = London, Scotland = Edinburgh, Wales = Cardiff, Northern Ireland = Belfast.
Neither. It is from Ireland. There are no similar games in Scotland or Wales.
The time in Scotland is exactly the same as in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
England feared that Scotland, Ireland and wales would attack them and wipe out the whole world!!!
no Scotland wales and England use pounds and Ireland use euro