Night walk!

An after-work, night walk on the open spaces of Mawr!
Remember, as a child, always being told to be “home before dark” ? Well – that doesn’t apply any more! Come out after dark, admire the full moon (assuming it’s not too cloudy … fingers crossed) and listen for nocturnal birds and animals.
We’ll take an easy walk on the common, up to the trig point and back. Around 3 miles, mostly pretty level and off-road with one fairly short on-road climb to start with. (if the hill would make it difficult for you to attend, please contact me – I can suggest alternative parking for one, maybe 2 cars which would cut out the hill)
Bring a torch/headtorch. Depending on the weather and the cloud cover, we may decide not to use them – it’s surprising how much light there is once your eyes get accustomed.
Bring:
Clothing for the weather – it’s quite exposed and can get very cold, especially if its windy! It can be muddy.
Thermos of hot drink, maybe some cake?
Hi-viz or light clothing. There is a short road section at the beginning, although it’s a quiet road there may still be cars so we need to be seen!
Sense of adventure!
W3W for parking – door.protestor.clash
it’s the layby at the top of Heol y Mynydd, just before the cattle grid (or just after, if you’re coming from Swansea!)
There is limited parking and no facilities. There’s plenty of parking in Ammanford and it’s a short drive from there, so car-sharing from Ammanford is encouraged.
Please book in via the West Wales group on FB – this is obviously weather-dependent and in the event of cancellation/postponement, I need to know who to get hold of! 

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Date

Dec 09 2022

Time

6:00 pm
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