THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

16 December ~ It is seldom in sporting heraldry that one comes across a dragon who is so obviously in love with life. Some academics (Google and Wikipedia) identify the central figure as a griffin – a mythical creature, half-dragon, half-wren – but griffins were notoriously grouchy and their body language more closed. There are rampant dragons, dragons striking poses and dragons squaring up to lions, but very rarely do we encounter a dragon bowling down the street with a song on its lips. In fact this one appears to be performing the Charleston. From this image alone we may infer Llanelli is a joyous place. Read more

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