Plas Power Llwybr Clywedog Trail Bookings:https://woodlandtrusttickets.cloudvenue.co.uk/plaspowerllwybrclywedogtrail
Clywedog Trail Walk through Plas Power Woods -9km (2-4 hours)
Come and take on the challenge of the 9 kilometre Clywedog Trail with the Woodland Trust on the 20th of May!
On this Sunday there is an option of joining a guided walk at 10.30am learning about the local history as the group walks down the riverside trail that pass through the Woodland Trusts Plas Power Woods and the National Trusts Erddig estate.
Alternatively set off on your own adventure with maps provided by us at the start at Minera Lead Mines (LL11 3DS). Self-lead walks can start any time between 10am and 12pm.
Whichever option you chose there will be surprises along the way including a woodland craft activity.
When you finish at Kings Mill (LL13 0NR) you will receive a finishers mug to remember the day and a free minibus return is proved to whisk you back to your cars parked at Minera Lead Mines. Last back leaves at 4pm.
£2.00, booking is essential. Under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Taith Cerdded Llwybr Clywedog trwy Plas Power Woods - 9km (2-4 oriau)
Dewch i roi cynnig ar her Llwybr Clywedog (9 cilometr) gyda Coed Cadw 20 Mai!
Ar y dydd Sul hwnnw, os dymunwch, gallwch ymuno â thaith gerdded dywysedig am 10.30yb gan ddysgu am hanes lleol wrth i’r grŵp gerdded i lawr y llwybr ar lan yr afon sy’n mynd drwy Goed Plas Power Coed Cadw ac ystâd Erddig yr Ymddiriedolaeth Genedlaethol.
Neu beth am fynd ar eich antur eich hun gyda mapiau sydd ar gael gynnon ni wrth y man cychwyn ger Gweithfeydd Plwm y Mwynglawdd (LL11 3DS). Gall teithiau cerdded hunandywysedig ddechrau unrhyw bryd rhwng 10yb a 12yp.
Beth bynnag yw’ch dewis, bydd syrpreisys ar hyd y ffordd gan gynnwys gweithgaredd crefft yn y coed.
Pan fyddwch yn gorffen ger Melin y Brenin (LL13 0NR) byddwch yn derbyn mỳg gorffennwr i gofio’r diwrnod a bydd lifft mewn minibws ar gael am ddim i fynd â chi yn ôl ar wib at eich ceir ger Gweithfeydd Plwm y Mwynglawdd. Bydd yr un olaf yn gadael am 4yp.
£2.00. Mae bwcio lle’n hanfodol. Rhaid i bobl ifainc o dan 16 oed fod yng nghwmni oedolyn cyfrifol.
Snowdon Sunrise Challenge
The Snowdon Sunrise Challenge is taking place on Sunday May 13th starting at 1.45am; you will be led by qualified and experienced mountain leaders (Breese Adventures) up Llanberis Path, as you walk through the night up the UK’s favourite mountain. Once you reach the peak around 5am you will be rewarded with the view of a stunning sunrise overlooking the scenery of Snowdon.
You will then make your descent down the Llanberis Path arriving in Llanberis for around 8am where a full breakfast and tea/coffee awaits you at Padarn Lake Hotel.
St David's Hospice are looking for participants. Details below.
Public Inquiries in Flintshire.
Stringers Lane Kinnerton
Two claims had been made to put a bridleway on to the Definitive Map. The first was in the late 1980’s and the second in 2007. Both were based on 20 years uninterrupted use. The original application had not been processed and the papers mislaid.
Flintshire County Council (FCC) submitted the Claim to the Planning Inspectorate in 2012. At this stage, although they had taken extensive research, FCC decided that they would take a Neutral Stand. This meant that the Community and the Ramblers had to take on the case to be put to the Inspector.
Following the Public Inquiry the Inspector concluded that a right of way existed over the route. It has therefore been added to the Definitive Map.
This was a claim made in the 1990s and not processed by FCC. Eventually they submitted it to the Planning Inspectorate who again held a Public Inquiry.
Because of the delay some of the witnesses could not be found and others were not clear on the route walked. As the claim included a section over a railway line Network Rail objected. They were represented by barrister who put forward the argument that the path could not be created because anyone crossing a railway line at this point would have been trespassing.
The Inspector although not agreeing with the barrister, turned down the application. The reason being that the evidence submitted by the witnesses was not consistent.
This Public Inquiry was to decide the actual line of the footpath. This path had been altered by the construction of the A55 in the early 1980s. It is not clear where and how the path reaches a public road.
We supported the County in the belief that the path went through a farmyard to a public road. The Definitive Map shows it going to join another road before joining the public road – effectively outside the boundary of the farm. Unfortunately this link was now in private hands. The owner is disputing both the line through the farmyard and around it.
A PI was held in July and we are currently awaiting the Inspector’s decision