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How did the Red dragon get on the Flag, do you know?

Merthyr tydful, South Wales

Long ago there lived a red Welsh dragon who cared for his village. One day he saw a white English dragon he would freeze everything in his way. He wanted everything, the red dragon was powerful and he wanted to fight with the White dragon In 900000000000000000000 years.

That 900000000000000000000 years passed and the villagers would stand concealed in hope of the red dragon winning, he sliced the white dragons head in two and he threw him into the sea but...the white dragons sister came, but the red dragon burnt her with his tail. A few years later he died and the villagers asked the council if they would put the dragon on the flag and they said yes



AND THAT IS HOW HE GOT ON THE FLAG!

















































































































































































































































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