Posted: Fri 26th Sep 2014

Up and coming walks this October with the Deeside Ramblers

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014

Join the Deeside Ramblers on one of their walks this October, its a perfect way to get out and enjoy the region.

The organised walks are a great bit exercise and as always you get to meet some fantastic people and make new friends.

Walks in October include:

  • Saturday 4 October, 10.00am, around Llandegla, meet at village car park (6 or 10 miles)
  • Wednesday 22 October, 10.00am, Great Barrow, meet on roadside on B5132, optional pub lunch, (5 miles)
  • Sunday 26 October, 10.00, Talacre and Gwespyr, meet at Talacre Beach car park, (10 miles)

(check all times nearer the day via the phone number below)

Walking with your local Ramblers group is a good way to explore your local environment.

Ramblers walk leaders often know how to get to the most interesting places so you can enjoy all the benefits of walking without the worries of getting lost or planning a route.

Walking is also an excellent natural exercise that can help you stay healthy and live longer.

As a registered charity, the Ramblers operates both on a local and national level and aims to encourage walking, protect and maintain rights of way, increase access to open countryside and the coast and to defend the beauty of the countryside.

To find out more contact David Jones on 01244 537440 or have a look at the website at:

Pictured are Deeside Ramblers on a coach ramble in the Holmfirth area, Yorkshire.


A well used public footpath in Treuddyn has reopened following restoration works.

The footpath which runs from the A5104 to St Mary’s Church, in the conservation area of Treuddyn, was damaged during the bad weather in March 2013 after a large tree collapsed and its roots destroyed 10-15m of path.

Church Walk subsided path patched

Known locally as Church Walk, the popular route had been temporarily closed while works were carried out by a contractor on behalf of Flintshire County Council. Part of the works included an improved stile and dog latch and new fencing.

Local County Councillor Carolyn Thomas said:

“It’s great to see this pathway open again for footpath users to enjoy. Historically it’s a popular route and local people will be pleased that the repairs are finished and that it’s safe for walkers.”

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Stuart Jones, Mary Pearson, Bryan Pearson, Meg the Dog, John Davies and Councillor Carolyn Thomas

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