The Walk – daily blog

Here is the most recent photo and a few words from Helen Grove-White.
The most recent photos are at the top of the page.
We hope you enjoy see how ‘The Walk’ is going.

The End
Saturday 31 March – Church Bay to Cemaes, 11 miles

Day Fourteen
Friday 30 March – Valley to Church Bay, 10 miles

Crossing the River Alaw, near Valley, Holyhead.

Day Thirteen
Thursday 29 March – Holyhead to Valley, 4 miles

Robin at RAF Valley trying on a life jacket.

Day Twelve
Wednesday 28 March – Holyhead volunteers day

Robing formally opening one of the shops in the Holyhead ‘Empty Shops Scheme’.

Day Eleven
Tuesday 27 March – Trearddur Bay to Holyhead, 10 miles

Robin at South Stack Lighthouse.

Day Ten
Monday 26 March – Four Mile Bridge to Trearddur Bay, 10 miles

Ieuan Wyn Jones AM & Robin at St Gwenfaen’s Well.

Day Nine
Sunday 25 March – Rhosneigr to Four Mile Bridge, 6 miles

Group walk across Traeth Crigyll. A circular family walk across the beach and back, with games.

Day Eight
Saturday 24 March – Aberffraw  to Rhosneigr, 6 miles

Day Seven
Friday 23 March – Dwyran to Aberffraw, 13 miles

Day Six
Thursday 22 March      Llanfairpwll to Dwyran, 8 miles

Day Five
Wednesday 21 March – Llanfaes to LLanfairpwll, 9 miles

Day Four
Tuesday 20 March – Red Wharf Bay to Beaumaris, 11 miles

Leaving Red Wharf Bay with a band of sturdy friends
– Llanddona Beach

Day Three
Monday 19 March – Moelfre to Red Wharf Bay, 5 miles

It was a good idea at the time walking across Red Wharf Bay, change of plan and we made for the shoreline to continue. Robin boots were a little muddy,
– at Red Wharf Bay.

Day Two
Sunday 18 March – Amlwch Port to Moelfre, 11 miles

A colourful group of walkers looking out to sea, Elfyn Roberts, Menter Mon, as Walk group leader.
— at Pilot Boat Inn.

Thank you for helping the youth of Today
My son was part of the group that joined you yesterday [Sunday 18 March], and it has encouraged him and the three others to do a sponsored event for their youth club. Thank you for seeing that not all young people have the opportunity others have and that there is some good in all of them. Many thanks,” Sharon.

Day One
Saturday 17 March – Cemaes to Amlwch Port, 9 miles

The High Sheriff gazing out to sea at the end of the first days walking.
— at Amlwch port.

It is a pleasure to support the Sheriff of Anglesey and Gwynedd on his excellent project to walk the beautiful Island Coastal path and to raise money and the profile of young people. Robin is committed to helping our youth and other good causes, and with the walk is promoting the coastal treasures of the Isle of Anglesey. I wish him well and urge others to help and support Robin with his initiatives,” said Albert Owen MP.

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