Tag Archives: footpaths

Clouds and sun around the Garth

Long winter shadows on the fields and cloud inversions are a frequent sight on the Garth mountain and in the Taf valley.   I see them as I go up to the stables in the morning. These photos were taken in … Continue reading

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Green ways in new estates: an attack on Footpath 48a

I have written about Open Spaces Society’s promotion of a wide grassy route through the new development between Tonteg and the Church Village by-pass on a few occasions since March 2013.  Then, the fields and footpaths were a short cut … Continue reading

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Coastal Path: a short walk at Laugharne

We walked a short bit of the Wales Coast Path to the west of Laugharne (Dylan Thomas country) recently, helping us to reflect on a sad visit to west Wales. We set off from the castle along the coast, following … Continue reading

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Checking a diversion on footpath 56 Peterston-Super-Montem

Open Spaces Society are consulted on diversions of rights of way, and this application was an opportunity to find another hidden gem of a valley above Llanharan.  It was in an out-of-the-way spot, accessible by car through Mynydd Coedbychan road. … Continue reading

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Rights of way above Cilfynydd

Sometimes people openly use a route without permission and never know that it is not on the key map and descriptions of Public Rights of Way, which is called the Definitive Map and Statement.  Some of these unclaimed and unrecorded … Continue reading

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A path in Clydach Vale: a happy tale

This is a positive cooperative result for a diversion of a footpath, Footpath 2 off Morton Terrace in Clydach Vale, and a big win for better access to a lovely Valleys hillside.  When I was consulted as Open Spaces Society … 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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