Providing leisure schemes for disabled children and young people

What a busy Week and Easter Weekend!

Loraine, Gwawr, Rachel, Charlotte, L, C, CB and GJB and more! all helped us walk 114 miles Towyn. We past the busy Port full of boats, crossed Afon Alaw, along the beautiful coast line, looking for some of the oldest rocks in Wales at Trwyn y Gadair. After a little rest, we walk through Cemaes, past the Coronation Tower of King Edward VII, The most Northerly part of North Wales! We leave Ynys Mon, passing through the villages and Towns of Amlwch, Moelfre, Benllech, walking around the enormous bay at Llanddona beach, passing the lighthouse at Penmon and seeing the rest of Wales in front of us.
Pausing the walk for a quick look around Beaumaris Castle before we cross the Menai Bridge and continue our walk North East towards Llandudno and the Great Orme, hoping to see some of the Town’s now (even more famous) goats.
Eventually we arrive at our destination of Towyn, and hope to see a view of the Isle of Man while we eat sandwiches on the beach