North Wales Walkers – SI South Caernarfon – SI Anglesey – SI Rhyl – SI Denbigh/Ruthin – SI Llandudno – SI Bangor
South Caernarfonshire Club
#WalkTheRegion – Our members walked 54.45 miles – two of us will walk more on Sunday
14 people and 3 dogs walked
We engaged with quite a number of people about soroptimists on our walks.
We hope you will look at the photos of our walkers and the beautiful countryside here in South Caernarfonshire, North Wales.
The top pic is a photo of all our walkers on the beach at Criccieth – you will see the historic Criccieth Castle in the backgroun. The Castle was built by Llewelyn the Great in 1230.
The photo on the right is Lon Good – this is a 7 mile agricultural road developed in the 1820’s to facilitate the transport of lime, coal and peat,
Drovers also used the road to take animals to market.
The wooden upright is engraved and embedded with stones.
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SI Anglesey Club
SI Anglesey members walked across the Menai Bridge to meet members from SI Bangor.
Anglesey began their walk with 5 members on Saturday ,starting on the Anglesey side of the Telford Suspension bridge walking to Aberogwen where we were met with homemade refreshments by Rhiannon, where we sat to enjoy the view and watch 150 swans swim by, spectacular.
Sunday, one member walked from Penmaenmawr to Llandudno Juction and met with much needed refreshments by Ros who drove onto Llandudno.
We met with friends and members of SI Caernarfon at Criccieth and walked an enjoyable 5 mile circular route taking us past Lloyd George’s grave.
Between Anglesey and Bangor clubs we completed the North Wales Coastal path from Anglesey to Llandudno Junction.
In total SI Anglesey completed 75 miles with 10 people walking and 2 providing refreshments.
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SI Rhyl Club with members from SI Denbigh – Ruthin
Ten members from Rhyl club plus family members and 3 dogs walked 92 miles from Presatyn to Rhylon Saturday and Rhyl to llandudno on the Sunday
Five members joined the hand-over at Connah’s Quay and four attended the event in Llandudno
Two members who were unable to walk participated by providing lifts for walkers back to their cars
Members from SI Rhyl are pictured below at the start of their walk – the end of their walk and a well earned cup of tea at the tides cafe Llandulas
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Four members of SI Llandudno & District walked from Eirias Park, Colwyn Bay to the bandstand at Llandudno. Well done Kelly, Pam, Sue and Mary!
All Region clubs met on Llandudno Promenade on Sunday where the baton was handed over from Region President Louise to Anne MacDonald Chair of Federation Conference Llandudno
Thanks were expressed to SI Llandudno for providing much needed refreshments
SI Bangor Club
Six members walked on Saturday and Sunday
They walked approximately 60 miles – Porth Penrhyn to Llanfairfechan on Saturday and Llanfairfechan to Penmaenmawr and back to Llanfairfechan + Llandudno Promenade on Sunday