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Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walking Weekend

Friday 28th, 29th & 30th September 2018

This is the third year for the Walking Weekend, run by the Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walkers are Welcome group. There are 8 walks this year beginning with a local history walk around Pont- Tyweli on Friday evening. There is a walk aimed at Welsh Learners of all abilities and there is a family activity walk in Woodland, plus walks of various length and skill in woodland, river valleys and the coastal path.

On Saturday evening at 8:00pm there is a Twmpath (country dance) with Erwyd Howells and Bryan Jones at the Porth Hotel, Llandysul, £4.00. Everyone is welcome. The weekend finishes with a Welsh tea at the Porth Hotel from 4:00pm which is free for walkers with a token or £5.00 per head if not talking part in walks. To book call 01559 362202.

Walks are priced at £4.00 per person per walk booked in advance or £5.00 on the day. There is no charge for children under 16. The price of walks covers all administration and transport where necessary. Closing date for bookings is 14th September. The Weekend is supported by Llandysul Community Council and Dolen Teifi Community Transport.

For full details please see the website or pick up a leaflet

Historical Walks

Historic Walks

Historic Walks

Have you ever wanted to see a Norman castle, a Roman road, an Iron Age hillfort or a Bronze Age burial site? Or perhaps you would like to know about the woollen industry in our area or see an old railway station? Now is your opportunity to discover the rich history of our community while at the same time enjoying healthy exercise.

The Llanfihangel-ar-arth and Parish Local history club is pleased to announce that it has produced a bilingual booklet of eight historical walks. The journeys are of varying distances and will take from one to three and a half hours, though the longest can be done by car. The walks begin in Alltwalis, Gwyddgrug, Llanfihangel and Pencader and will be of interest to visitors and local residents. The booklet gives a detailed description of each walk together with outline maps.

Copies are free of charge and can be obtained from Club members. Please ring Calvin Griffiths 384812, or Gerald Coles 384987. The booklet was officially launched on May 7th and the photo shows Club members with their copies.

We are grateful to the Statkraft Alltwalis Wind Farm Community Benefit Trust for a grant towards the costs of printing.