Coast Path inaugural walk at Llanmadoc.
28th September 2010
Assembly minister walks the coast path baton to the start.
Jane Davidson hands the baton to our chairman, Vernon Davies.
Video of the opening ceremony on Hill Tor.
Ramblers set off on the walk.
The invited guests watch the Ramblers walk the path.
This is a new section bridging a missing link in the Rights of Way network.
John leads the walkers.
Raising the baton to the path.
Walking the new section.
Passing the coast path signs
These are the Gower Coast Path signs.
Looking back to the start above Broughton.
Worms Head comes into view.
Nearly at Burry Holms.
A lot of new way marking has been installed.
Roger passing a signpost.
John stops near Burry Holms to allow rest to catch up.
Then on towards the beach.
Beautiful day to start but rain threatens.
Descending to the beach.
Good views from here.
Nice morning to walk in Gower.
A lot of mist in the air.
The sea mist is atmospheric.
Who would want to live anywhere else?.
Autumn sunlight on the beach.
Leaving only footprints.
Long way over the beach.
A view back towards Burry Holms.
John stops before leaving the beach.
Worms Head looks good but the rain isn't far away.
Stream emerges onto beach. One of the obstacles on the coast.
A surfer makes the most of the waves.
Inland to Hillend.
Coffee stop at Hillend Caravan Site.
Back down to the beach to get around that stream at Diles Dyke.
Returning via Broughton to avoid the downpour.
Back on the new section of Right of Way forming the coast path.
Coast path has its ups and downs.
Roger goes past the new sign with the dragon shell logo.
Another sign and nearly back.
In St Madoc centre Zetta finds the coffee and Danish pastries!
Pouring outside -Just back in time for coffee - and another fine walk over!
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