Dinefwr Ramblers


Cambrian Way - volunteers needed!

The Ramblers need help surveying and maintaining Wales’ historic Cambrian Way. The route runs from Cardiff to Conwy and you’ll be able to explore some of Wales lesser known sites and also be part of a national project.

Our Survey Volunteers act as ambassadors for the Cambrian Way - providing guidance to members of the public, assisting with routine checks and minor repairs, and reporting any issues or concerns to the Area Coordinators.


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Our Area

The historic administrative area of Dinefwr stretches from the old mining area of Ammanford and the Amman Valley in the south, to the small market towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery in the north.  It also includes the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and Geopark. We have hills all around us strewn with archaeological sites, forests and upland farming.

Llandeilo has substantial remains of the 12th century Dinefwr Castle, set in the Wildlife Trust Castle Woods nature reserve.  There are other castles at Llandovery and Dryslwyn as well as the magnificently situated Carreg Cennen castle atop a 300 foot cliff, in the care of Cadw. 


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Autumn Photos from Walks


Llanddewi'r Cwm

 Llandybie and Pentregwenlais

Llandybie and Pentregwenlais


Llanarthne fungi

Llanarthne - shaggy ink cap fungi

Thanks to Max for these recent photographs

Sunday, December 16, 2018