Covid-19 - getting back outdoors
Our groups in England are now able to offer events, starting from the 18th of July, with a maximum of six participants on each event. To take part in any of these events you must book using the ticketed booking system. If the event you are looking at does not show ticket options it is either fully booked, or has not yet been set up to take bookings. Our Scottish and Welsh groups are still not able to run events at this time, but we hope this will change in the near future as guidance from the relevant governments is updated.
An 8 mile, moderate, circular walk in and around the hills of Tredegar, a town rich in history, in relation to heavy industry, particularly of iron and coal, and the birthplace of Aneurin Bevan, the chief architect of the NHS. The route through Tredegar passes places of interest connected to the town's history and although the walk is 8 miles long, there is only one moderate climb onto Mynydd Llangynidr, and the second half of the walk is downhill and along tarmac lanes, roads, and a viaduct back to Tredegar. The walk will finish at the awarding winning cafe in Bedwellty Park and there are pubs nearby.
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