British Saints

Name the saints associated with the British Isles.
Saints are either from the British Isles, have lived there, or are associated with them in some way.
No need to type in 'saint' or 'st.' when typing the answer.
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Last updated: January 21, 2016
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Patron saint of Scotland
Saint Andrew
Scottish saint, patron saint of adopted children
Saint William of Perth
Patron saint of Glamis
Saint Fergus
Patron saint of Edinburgh
Saint Giles
Patron saint of Wales
Saint David
The Welsh patron saint of lovers
Saint Dwynwen
Saint associated with a healing spring at Holywell
Saint Winifred
Patron saint of Isle of Man
Saint Maughold
The main patron saint of Ireland
Saint Patrick
Another patron saint of Ireland, from Kildare
Saint Brigit
A third patron saint of Ireland, from Derry, saint of bookbinding
Saint Columba
Patron saint of England
Saint George
King of East Anglia, executed by the Danes
Saint Edmund
Patron saint of London
Saint Paul
Patron saint of tin miners and Cornwall
Saint Piran
Level 78
Oct 27, 2018
Given that there's no good evidence that St George even existed (let alone that he was saintly), it's a great shame that he remains England's patron saint. Knowing how influential Jetpunk is on the World stage, perhaps I could start a debate here as to who should be a suitable alternative. Many possibilities spring to mind who would be admirably qualified for the "job" - Cuthbert, Thomas a Beckett, Bede but my proposal would be St Alban, the first British martyr.
Level 71
Oct 30, 2018
How interesting! And it's always good to spark a healthy debate. I hadn't heard of Bede or Cuthbert, and it is hard to argue with Alban. The only one I can conjure is St Edward (the confessor). Then again maybe the idea St George represents is more meaningful, even if he's not the best candidate in a technical sense.