There’s a great Walking Group in the Teifi Valley area that used to meet once a month in various different locations, each time with a leader to talk about history, nature, or other interesting points about the area. Then there was an option to socialise afterwards with a meal in a local tavern.
That has been on hold due to Covid, the group is looking to start up again. Welsh is the language of the walks, so while it’s OK to question the occasional word, it’s fine for beginners to go along and just listen, having 1-1 conversations with some of the other participants. They’re very welcoming to new Welsh Speakers!
Greetings! We hope you have all kept well since we last contacted to cancel our walks due to the virus.
As the rules have relaxed significantly, we hope to resume Cerddwyr Cylch Teifi walks.
We are planning 3 walks, each lasting about 2 hours, starting at 10.30am.
Saturday October 9th in the St Dogmaels area, led by Terwyn Tomos Saturday November 13th starting at the Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, led by Howard Williams Saturday December 4th starting in Cardigan and walking along the river, led by Siân Bowen
More details can be found by reading the group’s newsletter here