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Spring Hike in the depths of the country - From Coedybyn to a loop at Henllan

Saturday March 23rd 2024, 10am

Bus departs Llandysul car park at 10am. 
Disembarking from the bus at Coedybryn Community Hall, SA44 5JL  (///balloons.curve.signature) we then follow unspoilt woodland country route, passing pretty St Cynllo’s Church. Continuing almost entirely on footpaths and ancient green lanes near Aberbanc and Henllan.
 
7½ mile Moderate walk - fields / woods and close to streams and the river Teifi - appropriate boots/clothing - ground could be wet. There are stiles on the walk.  Bring your picnic and drinks, we’ll have lunch en route.
 
We end at Celteg Winery around 2pm / 2.30pm, where afternoon tea (or wine!), cake and other refreshments are available to purchase. Transport back to Llandysul. 
Dogs are welcome on the walk but not on the bus - please join us at Coedybryn start point.  Bus departs Llandysul car park at 10am. 
Cost, including bus £5 per adult (or walk only, £3), children under 16 free.

**To book a place on the bus please call Rob and Lisa 01559 362 143 (and contact them for more details about the walk) or email info@dolenteifi.org.uk**
 
 

Dates for Future Walks:

Easter Saturday 30th March – Children's Easter egg hunt. Details coming soon.
April TBC
May, Saturday 25th - walk tbc
June TBC
July, Sunday 14th: We will walking and stewarding the Mad Hatters Walk for Parkinson's from Y Porth to Y Porth.  A fun, organised, guided walk in support of Newcastle Emlyn and Tivyside Parkinson's Support Group and Parkinson's UK Cymru.
August 7th: evening walk TBC
Save the dates the 2024 Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Walking Weekend : Friday 20th, Saturday 21st, and Sunday 22nd September.
 

Link to The Countryside Code: advice for countryside visitors

 

Photos from the October 2022 Pont Alltcafan circular Walk.



Thank you for your support. 

 

Information

  • If you feel unwell before the walk, do not come.
  • Find out more about COVID-19 on the Public Health Wales website: https://phw.nhs.wales/topics/latest-information-on-novel-coronavirus-covid-19/
  • Walk leaders can refuse to accept any walkers considered to be inadequately equipped.
  • The programme may change in unforeseen circumstances.
  • Participants are advised to arrange their own insurance to cover any loss, damage, accident or injury to people or their property, as Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Ymlaen cannot accept responsibility.
  • Please carry an “In case of Emergency card” on all walks.

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