February Events…


Note – Please check Facebook or website before leaving for any walk to check for cancellations

Wildlife Walks…

Saturday 11th – Machynys Coastal Walk – Meet 10am outside the Surgery at the side of Lidl, Morfa, Llanelli.
Tuesday 14th – Llyn Llech Owain Country Park – Meet 10am in the car park. (Parking Charges apply).
Saturday 25th – Lliw Valley Reservoir – Meet 10am in the main car park.
Tuesday 28th – Penybedd Woods – Meet 10am at the woods car park.

For more info on our walks please visit our website HERE or Fb page HERE.
Walking Well Carmarthenshire have other groups and walks available HERE.

Litter Picking Walks…

We hope to do 2/3 litter picking walks a month in wildlife rich areas.

Monday 6th – Pembrey Burrows – Meet 10am at the Burrows entrance/barrier.
Monday 20th – Burry Port/Pembrey Canal – Meet 10am in Burry Port’s main FREE car park.

For more info please visit our website HERE or our Fb page HERE.
More litter picks are available with ‘Keep Wales Tidy Carmarthenshire’
Visit their Fb page HERE.

Coffee Morning…

Monday 13th Feb – 10am at CETMA, Units 1 to 4 Enterprise Workshops, 100 Trostre Rd, Llanelli, SA15 2EA
Come and join us for coffee/tea and a chat.
We look forward to seeing you.


Wildlife Watch/Walks/Litter Pickers is a project led by CETMA.
CETMA has many more projects that could be useful/interesting to you including the ‘free books’ project, Cinema club, etc.

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