Monthly Archives: April 2016

Coastal Path: Monknash to Dunraven

We had been saving a few miles of the Wales Coastal Path for the right weather and company, roughly between Monknash and Dunraven.  Our friends Heather and Wal joined us and the sun shone at the end of March. Once … Continue reading

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Wales Coastal Path: a city stretch round Newport

We completed a short stretch of the Coastal Path near Newport at the end of March.  The beginning was trafficky although the handsome bridge and River Ebbw view better matched the sunny walk. In order to get onto the Coastal … Continue reading

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Bo on his horsey travels

My horse Bo and I have been having trips out, Bo finding a new best friend in Alfie, sharing haynets in the lorry. Bo and I haven’t done any dressage since last year, and he enjoys it.  We first went … Continue reading

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Public rights of way are not “permissive”

This is a public right of way, which is shown on the Definitive Map as Footpath 61 Llantwit Fardre (or 61/DRE on the online map).  The public have a right to use it on foot.  No one needs permission to … Continue reading

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Art celebrating International Women’s Day

Every March and April has celebrations marking International Women’s Day, and women in the arts have again done themselves proud with excellent exhibitions and events. Here are a few which I have been to, involving good friends and strangers (friends … Continue reading

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