A resource built by G T Emmanuel Thank you for this fine resource G T. I am sure that Wales Outdoors users will make good…
Cardiff Council and all of it’s employees, sorry if you are one of those but I am sure you know the score, ought to be ashamed of themselves for this sorry tale of belittling complaints and for their appalling levels of service.
I’ve got a plan and it’s linked to how I see the future of business and product promotions developing. And I know, given it having a year or two to bed in, I know it will be enough on its own and I will be able to wave goodbye to the big platforms once and for all. Fingers crossed 😉
This was made with an Android phone but the process is similar with an iPhone. Any problems message me at the bottom of this page and I’ll be back in touch to assist, usually same day 🙂
Andy Lamb has been a Brecon Beacons National Park Part Time Warden and BBNP Volunteer and Guided Walks Co-ordinator, Chair of Brecon Beacons Tourism, a D of E and The Princes Trust Co-ordinator in Powys, in RCT and in Merthyr Tydfil and is currently the owner of Wales Outdoors.
I evidenced multiple companies delivering unsafe gorge walking activities in the waterfalls area on multiple occasions and over multiple years with no authority or group taking notice or seeking improvement. Quite the contrary, the authorities closed ranks and attempted to damage my business for speaking out – that is the reward for whistle blowers.
I will continue to park on the roadside at Mynydd Illtyd common, a handful of times a year. My parking there does no damage to the environment whereas the farmers driving tractors and quads, the sheep and the horses, all of whom travel across the common and in wet conditions too, most certainly do.
Just as a teaser and a few days before we get out there we thought we’d share these rather lovely long exposure shots taken last year whilst out in Waterfalls Country in the Breton Beacons National Park.
I parked in a Broadstairs centre car park while on a visit to my fathers. Here are the attempts to pay for a ticket through THANET COUNCIL’s portals:
We have historically made bookings and changes to those bookings and these details are kept by us on a manually maintained list. We will be removing all RSVP’s from Meetup so as to avoid confusion.
I was asked by a Crickhowell hotelier to run an adventure weekend for a couple of his clients, one who was a journalist on a freebie in return for some copy.
So remember, you can’t book here, you can’t register here. Here is for information only. Each event listed here has a link out at the top of it’s description to it’s equivalent at the Wales Outdoors booking area. There you can read a full description and see the location and make your booking.
EVERY ad will receive promotion via a blog post similar to this, will be available to view through the android app and will be promoted to both the meetup membership and the Facebook page, reaching up to 20,000 people who have expressed a keen interest in walking!
It’s a cool bit of kit especially if taking part in a long distance wilderness coastal walk but of course of such more use to individuals in remote areas who do not have access to clean water.
Ideal if you want to help promote Wales Outdoors (thank yo Suso much if you do), if you have a club, group, blog or similar that you want to share us with and INVALUABLE to Wales based accommodation providers and attraction owners who would like to embed our calendar into their site for their customers use. We will reciprocate with similar level promotion of your business or group too.
No work started on footpath repairs at Pontneddfechan despite the damage occurring prior to lockdown. The main path from Pontneddfechan remains closed.