Swansea Ramblers Walk
Oxwich via the new bridge
17th April 2010
Leader: Gerry and Pam Horsey
If you'd like to try a walk then do come along and find out what all this Swansea Walking in the great outdoors is all about. It won't cost you anything to come along and see if walking is for you. If you get the bug and want to walk or stroll regularly then you can also become a member. Just ask us about the walks we do when you join us for a Swansea Walk.
Leaders: Gerry and Pam Horsey
Gerry leading group onto coast path
Heading for Nicholaston Burrows
Zetta acting her shoe-size again!
Into the burrows
Following the coast path
Walking through the dunes
Nicholaston Pill and Oxwich ahead
Here's the new bridge our work party built
Great! We can keep our feet dry!
Zetta showing us her shoe-size!
Good to see a well built bridge here!
One smaller member of our group wanted to get his feet wet!
Fine views of Great Tor and Three Cliffs
Heading for Oxwich
Sunny day to be on the beach
Roger greeting Joe and Val Owen
Joe is a long time member who hasn't been able to walk with us for a while
John Wesley preached here
Another thatched cottage in Oxwich
Spring flowers above Oxwich
Group heading for Millwood
Walking through Millwood
Came across Howard and Joan checking their walk
Roger and Karen share a joke
Descending towards Penrice near Penny Hitch
Carved wooden gate post
Climbing out of Millwood
Castle can be seen near the main road
Crossed main road to climb Cefn Bryn
View of Oxwich from Cefn Bryn
Lots of young people taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh's award
What a beautiful day to be up here!
Walking the spine path of Cefn Bryn
We can still see that bridge we built!
View from our tea stop
Descending with Three Cliffs Bay in background
Not far now!
Wonderful view from here
(or so Mr Martin Morgan thought - that's his unfinished house!)
Back to the cars at Rose Cottage
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Andrew Morgan 2010
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