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Walkability Health and Wellbeing Walk – Llanwnda West

5 July 10:00am - 11:30am

To book a place on this walk you must be registered with the Walkability project. For more information on this please contact the Project Co-ordinator, Sam Evans, by emailing same@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk or calling 01646 624880.

Length of walk: 2.8 miles
Meeting point: Llanwnda Church
Grid Reference: SM 932 395
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These health and well-being walks are run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority for Pembrokeshire residents. They have been selected to help individuals access the countryside in a safe and supportive environment, providing the opportunity for physical activity and social interaction.

Walks are generally an hour to an hour and a half long, and routes may include stiles and hills. They are designed for anyone with reasonable mobility. Please contact the project co-ordinator if you are unsure whether the route is suitable for you.

We advise that you wear sturdy waterproof shoes, appropriate clothing and carry water and sun cream in case it is needed.

If the weather allows, there will a short break during the walk so please feel free to bring a drink and snack. All our qualified walk leaders are first aid trained.

View from Garnwnda, Llanwnda


5 July
10:00am - 11:30am
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Further Details

Recommended kit
Camera, Walking shoes or trainers, Walking or hiking boots, Warm clothing, Water / drink, Waterproof jacket,
Additional information
Free parking, Well behaved dogs on leads welcome,
Booking Information
Booking essential, Free event,
Children attending events
Children are welcome on this event but remain the responsibility of their parents/guardians at all times.,
Neither the leader nor the National Park Authority accepts responsibility for the safety of individuals (except through negligence) nor for any loss of or damage to property.,
Medical conditions
We ask you tell your event leader, in confidence, of any existing medical condition that might affect your enjoyment or ability to participate in this event.,
Guided Walks
If you have any COVID-19 symptoms you must not attend the guided walk, When attending a guided walk you may wish to bring your own alcohol based hand sanitiser, face covering and basic first aid kit, Please always follow the Welsh Government's guidelines on physical distancing, Please avoid touching your face with your hands, and try to avoid touching gates, handrails or public benches during the walk, Do not share food, drink, or equipment such as walking poles, Let the Walk Leader know if you feel unwell while out on a walk, or if you wish to leave before the walk has ended, If you develop symptoms after the walk, apply for a COVID-19 test and support NHS contact tracing if requested, Please arrive 10-15 minutes before the beginning of the walk, as the walks start promptly on time,


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