Sunday 17th May, 2020
Plants have evolved their own ways of combatting danger and disease. Our ancestors learnt how to make use of these attributes long before the discovery of antibiotics. Find out how the plants that grow in the Crafnant valley were essential to previous generations of villagers in their everyday lives. This is an opportunity to discover more about the history of the village as well.
A leisurely walk through the woodlands and meadows famous for bluebells and other spring flowers. Most of the walk is through fields or on good tracks. (There is one stile.)
We’ll be back in time for our now-legendary Cake Fest at 4 p.m.!
Duration: Half day, starting late morning . Please bring a packed lunch.
Distance: About 4 miles / 6.5 km
Grade: Easy, and at a leisurely pace
Meet: 11:00 a.m. at Trefriw Village Hall (LL27 0JH, SH781631)
(This will be convenient for anyone arriving by bus to Trefriw.)
Tea and cake will be available in the Hall both before and after your walk.
Walk Leaders: Joan Prime and Karen Black
Booking: To book a place on this walk, use the ‘Eventbrite’ box below.
Please ensure that you have read the booking information, terms and conditions before you attend any walks.
Please note that, although we make no charge for our walks, we do ask for voluntary donations (card preferred, but cash accepted). More details on our funding page.