South West Wales

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Chidren arriving at primary school on scotter and bicycle with parent

Photo credit: Jonathan Bewley ©2017

screen shot of community mapping tool

If you are unable to come along to a workshop, you can comment online using our easy to use Community Mapping Tool

St David’s Safer Routes in Communities is a co-design project that is working with St David's RC Primary School in Newport and the surrounding community to make improvements to the streets that will...
3 October 2018
A man and woman cycling along the new Pembrey path

The Pembrey path offers a beautiful greenway link to the Millennium Coastal Path and Pembrey Country Park

A long shot of two people cycling along Pembrey path
Action shot of a woman cycling along Pembrey path
An important new walking and cycling route linking the villages of Pembrey and Kidwelly with Pembrey Country Park, Burry Port and the Millennium Coastal Path will officially open today. The new route...
5 August 2016

Volunteer Ranger – Carmarthenshire/ Ceidwad Gwirfoddol Sir Caerfyrddin

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic rangers to cover the Carmarthenshire area. 

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.
You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly. 

 

Volunteer Ranger – Pembrokeshire / Ceidwad gwirfoddol Sir Benfro

Sustrans is looking for a number of new and enthusiastic Rangers to cover the Pembrokeshire area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

The Pembrokeshire volunteer group require rangers to look after sections of route between:

Volunteer Ranger – Neath Port Talbot / Ceidwad gwirfoddol Castell–nedd Port Talbot

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic Rangers to cover the Neath Port Talbot area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

The Neath Port Talbot volunteer group require rangers to look after sections of route between;

Celtic Trail

Route Details

  • To- From: The Ocean Lab, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire to Chepstow Castle
  • Distance: 220 miles
  • National Cycle Network: National Route 4

Route Description

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