Swansea Ramblers Walk
A night walk in Mumbles
for Sports Relief
14th March 2014
Leader: Karen Gibbs
Swansea Ramblers went for a stroll in the dark to raise money for Sports Relief. We set off from Underhill Park in Newton using head torches to find our way in the dark. We climbed onto Mumbles Hill for night time views across Swansea Bay then followed the Wales Coast Path to Langland. Returning to Newton we went in the Newton Inn and raised over £85 for Sports Relief.
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Leader: Karen Gibbs
It's a bit dark today!
No street lights in Underhill Park
Langland Corner and a bit of light
Overland Road will take us to Mumbles Hill
Quiet walking at night
Through the estate to get to the Mumbles Ridgeway walk
Onto Mumbles Hill
It's dark up here too!
Through the silent WWII gun emplacements
It's really da-a-rk!!
Will we make it through the night?
Peaceful across the bay to Swansea
Boats in Mumbles on the promenade
Think that's Richard
Castellamare beckons but the temptation to stray is resisted
Making for the coast path
Then along the dark secret paths of Langland
and almost back to Newton
A walk enjoyed by all!
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2014
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