Today 14 Merthyr Valley Ramblers🚶♂️🚶, including our guest John and his labrador Ted 🐶 met at the Blaen y Glyn Uchaf car park and headed to the crash site of the Wellington bomber R1465 ✈️, which tragically crashed on 06 July 1942, killing all five crew members 😢.
Today 15 Merthyr Valley Ramblers had a wonderful walk in memory of our dear friends who left us too soon. We are so grateful for their presence in our lives and their love for nature. 💚 We started from St Cynogs Church car park and followed the lane above Pantcefnffordd.
Today, 11 hardy Merthyr Valley Ramblers convened at the car park in Hirwaun for this morning’s group walk. The original plan was to “Stroll to the Foel” but this week’s weather and how things were looking meant a change of plan for first time leader Jenny. 🙌
It was nippy and damp for the ten hardy ramblers on our 4.5 mile pre-AGM walk today. We started from the Red Lion (cracking pub btw) on the road towards Winch Fawr then turned off up and along the footpath to the road at the top of Heolgerrig. We continued up the road to the gate leading to the radio mast and the trig point.
Twelve hardy ramblers (including welcome guests Soha and Kerry) braved the bright sunshine and gusty wind on our walk from Monknash today. From the carpark, we made our way down the Nash brook past the derelict corn-mill and almost to the beach.
10 Merthyr Valley Ramblers enjoyed the autumn sunshine today on a near 9 mile adventure starting at Barry Sidings. We made our way up through Gelliwion forest en-route to the trig point at Mynydd y Glyn.