We are restarting some events with the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Currenly walks in England can take place. Walks in Scotland may take place with a maximum of 15 participants, but all participants (and walks) must stay within their own local authority area. Walks in Wales will restart from the 26th of April, with a maximum of 30 participants.
A 6.5 mile walk visiting a Mediaeval Hospice, St. Aidan's Church and Llawhaden Castle.
After visiting the hospice by the village hall we walk downhill to cross a stream then continue along a Forestry Commission Trail, then through Danycoed Farm and Drim Wood to the road.
Crossing the River Syfni at Gelli bridge we then cross the Eastern Cleddau.
After about 3/4 mile of road we join the Landsker Borderlands Trail across fields, passing through Penlan Woods. The walk continues beside the Eastern Cleddau until we cross the bridge to Llawhaden.
After visiting the church we climb the steep path to the impressive castle ruins before returning to the cars via the attractive village.
Please wear waterproof boots as will be muddy.
Terrain / Difficulty
Will be muddy underfoot particularly near a stream at the beginning, but then on good paths in woodland and some muddy fields.One steep climb at the end of the walk up to the castle but on a lovely green lane.