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Swansea Ramblers Walk

Oxwich in the Rain

5th October 2019

Leader: Morag Eddyshaw

Morag led us on a walk along the beach and into Nicholaston Burrows.  The rain came down while we walked through the woods so we emerged into a deluge and mist.  We crossed the foothill of Cefn Bryn then descended to Rose Cottage and made our way to the Coast Path for the return journey.  Everybody got wet but everybody enjoyed the day!  Swansea Ramblers offer a range of walks for most abilities from the long strenuous mountain walks for the experienced walker to the short, easy lowland walks where maybe you'd like to explore walking for the first time with a friendly group of people.  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 and social events we do when you join us for a Swansea Walk.


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Leader: Morag Eddyshaw

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Across the beach with a bit of rain falling
(or is it the sea spray?)

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Wrapped up to keep dry (they hope!)

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Through Nicholaston Burrows

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Out of the woods - and its pouring!

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Across Cefn Bryn in mist and rain

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A bit misty up here

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Back down to the Bridge at Nicholaston Pill
The rain is beginning to ease!

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