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.
We’re waiting for an offer of a discount for Wales Outdoors members to subscribe with so don’t go downloading the app right now but suffice to say, we’re impressed and whether or not we get a carrot we will still be recommending that you get the ViewRanger App. We’ll obviously keep you posted on the ViewRanger incentive when we know more.
I’ve run out of time on this one – too late to post much now but suffice to say this is in then pipeline and will be a damning investigative journalism style report into the failings and nepotism that has and is rampant within the Welsh Government delivered tourism portal for Wales, Visit Wales.
NO change of date or credits will be available after June 5th as we need to draw a line under the admin and move forwards with a clear idea of numbers wishing to attend any event so that we may plan and implement safety protocols appropriately.
The walk is 24 miles in total and so we’ll need to average about 8 miles a day for the duration from Llanmadoc to Oxwich. At the start of the walk we’ll arrange to leave a car or two at Oxwich so we have a shuttle sorted for the end of the walk on Sunday.
The limestone cliffs are spectacular from this viewpoint and the walk is truly memorable. We’ll likely go for a swim half way along this route.
We’ll likely go for a swim half way along this route and as we’re far away from the crowds (nobody else will be nearby or walking this route) bathers will be optional!
A few years back I moved to Penarth, to live outside of Cardiff city centre, near to the international pool where I have a membership for use of the pool, yoga classes and health suit and also to have better security for my vehicles, Cardiff having become like living in ‘The Purge’. I took up longboarding around the bay, from the pool into town and going for the occasional run.