Click the links below to see the documents to be considered at the AGM on 3rd November 2018
Category Archives: Walking
On Saturday 16th December, 14 walkers met at the NT car park at Southgate for a walk which started in bright sunshine. Their route took them along the coast path to enjoy fine views across Three Cliffs Bay before descending … Continue reading
On Saturday 4 November, after overnight rain, there were good walking conditions for 17 walkers who assembled on the marsh at Landimore for a circular walk to Weobley Castle and returning along Stembridge valley, arguably the most attractive in the … Continue reading
After heavy rain the previous day and night and with residual mist and clouds, it was not looking promising for the walk on Saturday, 18 March, but, whilst the mist remained, the rain held off as if to acknowledge this … Continue reading
The second walk will take place on Sunday 19th March at 11:00am. Meet at the car park next to Barlands Quarry, Bishopston. Click to see map .
The first walk will take place on Sunday 5th March at 11:00am. We meet at the car park in Penmaen; its off the main road (GR SS 526884) with an overspill park across the road. A short walk will take us down to Penmaen … Continue reading
The first talk in the “Talk and Walk” series about Gower and the story of the medieval castle is this evening (23rd February) at Penclawdd Community Centre (1 Banc Bach, Victoria Road, Penclawdd SA4 3FJ) at 7.30pm. The original post can be found here.
We recently learnt that Harry Lewis, who led many walks for the Gower Society, died on Saturday, 18th February. Harry will be remembered for his unique style of leadership. His enthusiasm was such that, if asked, he would have led … Continue reading
The start time for the walk on Saturday is 9:30am which was omitted in error from the printed programme. The full description of the walk is: Saturday 17th December, COASTAL AND WOODLAND WALK Meet at 9:30am at Pennard Library car park GR … Continue reading
Notes of a walk on 9th July from Jane Probert who also took the photographs. Wales is fortunate to have a path all around its coast, and this walk took place on a section of the Wales Coast Path from … Continue reading