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Swansea Ramblers News
Work party improves Killay Path
Cartoon Christmas Greetings from Helen and Angela
Swansea Ramblers raise money for Red Nose Day
Swansea Ramblers receive a donation to carry on clearing paths for the public
Swansea Ramblers create a new stretch of coast path
Swansea Ramblers clear another path on the side of Cefn Bryn
Swansea Ramblers help to build a bridge in Gowerton
Swansea Ramblers clear Port Eynon Footpaths
Ramblers Cymru deliver successful Stile contruction Training Event with LANTRA in Swansea.
Jane Davidson, the Welsh Assembly Minister, opens the St Dogmaels Stretch of the Welsh Coast Path.
Despite the weather, Swansea Ramblers' work party create a new section of the riverside path at Cwm Clydach.
West Glamorgan Ramblers are re-named Swansea Ramblers.
The Welsh Assembly Minister, Jane Davidson, opened the North Gower stretch of the Welsh Coast Path.
Swansea Council Footpath Department erect a new stile at Fairwood with help from our members.
Memorial for Joan Cunningham, one of our founder members.
1917 - 2010
Royal Welsh 2010 - Ramblers sign a Memorandum of Understanding with The Countryside Council for Wales.
Jane Davidson AM, Minister for the Environment opening the first stretch of the Wales Coast Path in Rhos on Sea.
Despite rain and muddy conditions Ramblers and Council employees clear bridleway in Cwm Clydach.
Ramblers together with Swansea Council workers build a bridge across Nicholaston Pill. .
Life Begins at Fifty in the Brangwyn Hall! Viv Davies organised a stand to attract new members to our Group.
Chris Dale helps our Group Work Party to erect Coast Path Waymark posts at Nicholaston Burrows.
Shear determination at Llethryd! - Rambler's volunteers assist Council workers to clear overgrown path.
Path at Cwm Clydach. We have been able to provide the funding for a new footbridge, gates and several stiles.
The combined effort of Swansea Council employees and volunteers from our Group reopen Moorlakes Wood path.
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