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Guided Walk, Fri 28 - Sun 30 Sep 2018, £4-£5

Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walking Weekend

Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walking Weekend

Details

PROGRAMME
Friday 28th of September, 5:30pm
Meet at the car park at Llandysul Paddlers.

1. Pont-Tyweli Local History Walk

History walk of about 2 hours around Pont-Tyweli. A small place with a big history: pubs, and temperance hotels, shops, the railway, mills, Baptists, hydro power and WW2 defences.
Contact: Jane Kerr 01559 363201 or Lesley Parker 07989 127396.


Saturday 29th of September, 10am
Meet at Llandysul car park at 10am. Transport to start points available.
2. Llangrannog Walk.
Transport to start point available. Start from the Urdd camp in Llangrannog along the coastal path toward Cwmtydu, then turn inland via Castell Park and Parc y Pwll before rejoining the coast path at Trecegin and return to the Urdd camp.
10 miles. Moderate. Contact: Ron & Megan Foulkes 01559 362736.

3. Teifi Loop Walk.
Straightforward and pretty walk, takes you from the heart of Llandysul, along country lanes, through ancient woodland and finally along the banks of the River Teifi.
3½ miles (about 2½ hours). Fairly Easy. Contact: Rhodri James 01559 362202.

Meet at Llandysul Bridge by the Canoe Centre

4. Henllan walk.
Begin in Llandysul, walking out from a meeting point on the banks of the Teifi River, at Llandysul bridge near the Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Centre. This walk leads you along some of the Teifi valley, (will discover an old FORDING point across this middle aged meandering river). Walk includes green hillsides, wooded paths and very rural country lanes and tracks. Ends at the Narrow Gauge Railway in Henllan. Mini bus pick up to transport back to Llandysul.
7½ miles (about 4 hours). Moderate. Contact: Lisa Bransden 01559 362143.

Saturday evening 8pm: Twmpath (country dance) at the Porth Hotel, £4.

Sunday 30th September, 10am
Meet at Llandysul car park.

5. Bancyffordd Walk
Start from Llandysul car park towards Farmyard and Penrhiw before dropping down and a short walk along the river Tyweli, climb up to Penpynfarch, through the wood to Penpistyll. Walk towards Bancyffordd before dropping back down to Pont-Tyweli.
9 miles. Moderate. Contact: Ron & Megan Foulkes 01559 362736.

6. Capel Dewi Walk
From Llandysul Car Park towards Llanfair along the Teifi. Following through beautiful woodland reaching River Clettwr, following valley in to Capel Dewi. Climb out of valley and drop down via Coed y Foel wood and return to Llandysul.
About 7 miles. Moderate. Contact: Tom Cowcher 01559 353200.

7. Prengwyn walk - opportunity for Welsh learners
Transport to start point available. A circular walk starting from Prengwyn square. The language of this walk will be in Welsh, giving Welsh learners (and anybody else who would like to come along) an opportunity to learn a little bit about the history of Prengwyn and other points of interest. The language of this walk is Welsh - all abilities welcomed.
3 to 5 miles, about 2-3 hours, depending on the weather. Fairly Easy. Contact: Eileen Curry 01559 362253.

Sunday 30th September, 1.30pm
Meet at Llandysul car park. Transport to start point available.

8. Woodland Family walk and activities
Children aged 4-14 welcome, although any ages would enjoy. Approx 2½ hours (inc. Bus ). Pick up and drop off - main car park in Llandysul. Walk includes: Basic walking stick making (supervised use of pruning saw). Informative talks about trees, wildlife etc. Small quiz . Making and decorating a belt or headdress as we go, using natural materials. Suitable sturdy walking footwear please and a waterproof coat.
Contact: Nik Bransden 07974 109047.

Afternoon tea at the Porht HotelSunday afternoon 4pm
Welsh Tea, at the Porth Hotel (01559 362 202)
- free to walkers with a token or £5 per head if not talking part in walks.


Event details

Dates Times
Fri 28 - Sun 30 Sep 2018

Prices

Walks are priced at £4 per person per walk booked in advance or £5 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 14 September

Address

Ceredigion,
SA44 4DN

Location

Directions

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Map reference: SN 418408  Lat: 52.04341 Long: -4.30812

North of Carmarthen off the A484/A486

Accessible by Public Transport: 16 miles from Carmarthen station