Monthly Archives: August 2014

Footfall and obstructions on paths in RCT: footpaths 58 & 75 Llantwit Fardre

A walk from Efail Isaf across the fields allowed me to check one path is still open (yes) and come across a total obstruction of another path. A while ago (in 2012) I got a footpath cleared, although there were … Continue reading

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A stroll on Eglwysilan Common with GPS

Earlier in August, before the rain and chill set in, Kate Ashbrook (Open Spaces Society‘s General Secretary) was in Wales and in need of exercise after serious lunching.  “We can’t go wrong with Eglwysilan,” I said, sure that the gorgeous … Continue reading

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Penarth Pier and brass bands

Another sunny day and a good sea breeze: what could be better than a stroll to listen to a brass band at Penarth Pier?  Vale of Glamorgan Brass Band, fresh back from competing at the Eisteddfod, were in front of … Continue reading

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