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Celebrate with a stroll at Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire’s Walking Festival

Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire is encouraging everyone to mark National Walking Month by attending a special Walking Festival at Broad Haven (North) on Saturday 12 May.

The free event will include a variety of guided walks ranging from 1.5km to 10km in length, led by experienced walk leaders and volunteers from local organisations and projects including Steps 2 Health and Walkability.

Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire’s free Walking Festival on Saturday 12 May will include a beach walk from Broad Haven to Little Haven.
Let’s Walk Pembrokeshire’s free Walking Festival on Saturday 12 May will include a beach walk from Broad Haven to Little Haven.

The walks will all begin at the National Park Authority car park adjacent to Broad Haven Youth Hostel, with five starting at 10am and three at 1pm.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Health and Well-being Policy Officer, Hannah Buck said: “This event will provide a great opportunity for people of all abilities to enjoy Pembrokeshire’s great outdoors, with routes ranging from wheelchair accessible routes and short strolls to more strenuous hikes along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.

“The walks will give people a taste of the experiences they can enjoy by joining in with one of the many groups that operate on their doorstep so that they can reap the health and well-being benefits that walking can provide.”

If you are unable to attend the event, you can find out more about walking in Pembrokeshire, including a directory of local walking groups and more than 200 circular walks, by visiting www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/walking.

For more information on the Walking Festival, including details of all the walking routes, visit www.pembrokeshirecoast.wales/letswalkpembs.

Published 11 May 2018


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