News from the Trail

News from the Trail

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Glyndŵr’s Way is now on Twitter!Look for us @glyndwrsway with the dragon icon.Feel free to browse and Tweet us.
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We don't normally do projects like this, so the chance to be involved in having a hedge laid on The Roman Steps at Machynlleth has been a treat.The ...
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Glyndŵr’s Way National Trail. Images: Crown Copyright ©VisitWales 2014
This year is the ideal time to visit Glyndŵr’s Way as it is 600 years since the death of the Welsh rebel and historical icon Owain Glyndŵr.The ...
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Glyndŵr's Way National Trail
Ecodyfi has appointed the sustainable tourism media agency Greentraveller to promote Glyndŵr's Way.Events along the trail in 2015The 600th anniversary ...
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The mission of the International Appalachian Trail is to establish a long-distance walking trail that extends beyond borders to all geographic regions ...
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Another great day out working on Glyndwr’s Way with volunteers from two organisations that promote responsible access to the countryside. Treadlightly! ...
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Our excellent Powys County Council volunteers have been taking advantage of the good weather to do some more work on the National Trail.Last year ...
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Glyndwr's Way National Trail
Kittiwake have recently published a brand new guidebook for the Glyndwr's Way. This fully revised edition was put together with the invaluable ...
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20/08/2013
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A new approach to waymarking is being tried on Pencoed Common south-west of Llangadfan. Pencoed is grazed by ponies which particularly enjoy scratching ...
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If you have been walking on the north side of Glyndŵr’s Way recently you may have seen some rather official (and maybe not very comprehensible) ...
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