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

Wildlife Walks…

July 1 – Machynys Coastal – Meet 10am outside Lidl/Surgery, Morfa
July 4 – Lower Troserch Woods – Meet 10am at the bottom of Heol Troserch
July 15 – Lower Swiss Valley – Meet 10am at the ‘Mill Wheel’ memorial, opposite the ‘Harry Watkins’ pub in Felinfoel
July 18 – Burry Port Canal & Golf Course – Meet 10am at the main Burry Port Car Park
July 29 – RSPB Cwm Clydach –  Meet 10am at RSPB Cwm Clydach car park on Lone Rd just after the New Inn
Aug 1 – Llyn Llech Owain – Meet 10am in the car park
Aug 12 – Pembrey Dunes & Woods – Meet 10am at the Pembrey Burrows Barrier
Aug 15 – Ffos Las Walk – Meet 10am in Trimsaran Leisure Centre car park
Aug 26 – Pwll Lake & Sandy Water Park – Meet 10am at the Pavilion Cafe, Pwll
Aug 29 – Loughor Castle & Park – Meet 10am at Loughor Boating Club car park
Sep 9 – Pembrey Burrows – Meet 10am at the Pembrey Burrows Barrier
Sep 12 – Kidwelly Quay – Meet 10am at Kidwelly Quay car park
Sep 23 – TBA
Sep 26 – Penybedd Woods – Meet 10am at the woods free 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…
Please bring your own gloves.

July 10 – Dafen Pond – Meet 10am at Dafen Pond Car Park
July 24 -Burry Port Canal – Meet 10am at Brynmor Rd
Aug 7 – Burry Port Woodlands – Meet 10am at the Woodlands Car Park
Aug 21 – Cefn Sidan – Meet 10am at Car Park 2 Pembrey Country Park
Sep 4 – Sandy Water Park – Meet 10am at SWP Car Park
Sep 18 – Llanerch – Meet 10am outside Thomas Morgan funeral directors on Andrew St.

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.
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 etc.

Take a look at what CETMA has to offer HERE.

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