Friends of the Anglesey Coastal Path Spring /Summer Walks

by Publicity Officer

Saturday April 19th 2008. Cymyran-Rhosneigr Circular. 8 miles. Meet at the end of the road between Llanfair-yn-Neubwll and Cymyran beach at 10.00 am. Grid Ref.SH 301763.


A walk by picturesque lakes, an ancient common, through sand dunes at Rhosneigr and back along the beach. Leader: Ron 01407 742788.

Saturday May 10th 2008. Aberffraw and Porth Cwyfan. 4-5 miles. Meet at the car park next to the old bridge in Aberffraw at 11.00 am. Grid Ref. SH 356690.

A pleasant circular walk including a visit to the historic Church at Porth Cwyfan and the Llys Llewelyn visitor centre. Leader: Ed 01407 840600.


Saturday June 21st 2008. Church Bay to Carmel Head Circular. 8 miles. Meet at Church Bay car park at 10.00 am. Grid Ref.SH 302892.

A moderate/hard walk along the cliffs to Carmel Head, returning inland along quiet country lanes with an optional detour to Mynydd y Garn. Leader: Sheila 01248 713608.

Everyone welcome to all these walks !

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Nov 05, 2009
Coastal Path Friends Group
by: David

Heather,

Thanks very much for your comments. I am glad you enjoyed your visit to Anglesey on your way to Dublin.

For contacting members, please see the latest Autumn 2009 walks notice posted here.

Contacting anyone of the walk leaders should be fine, and then they can signpost you to their various programmes for next year and later.

Nov 05, 2009
anglesey path walks
by: Anonymous

you can just call the people you see in the article above, their phone numbers are shown.

Nov 04, 2009
Direct Contact with Friends Group
by: Heather

Hi, Can you please give me some ideas for completing some of your picturesque track in a limited number of days. I notice that you plan loop walks for your members; perhaps I could do some of the highlights and get a feel for you beautiful island. I had an overnight stay in Holyhead (before heading to Ireland) and in the half day I had walked the town and surrounding countryside, especially interested to see the neolithic tomb which was very close to excavations for a roundabout! In fact they had found the remains of roundhouses when they were preparing the site and were documenting them, ready for demolition (I guess there's a lot of them in the area, but vandalism in my eyes!)
Look forward to your response. Heather McIntosh, Australia

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