Round Rhoscolyn Walk – Susan Hanbury
There was a good turn out for the traditional Rhoscolyn Walk on Saturday December 29th, with more than 40 walkers and several well-behaved dogs. No doubt, the mild, calm weather enticed walkers to stroll the two mile circuit from the White Eagle car park, down to Borthwen beach, returning for coffee which was kindly provided by the White Eagle.
Setting out; and the raffle prizes – Susan Hanbury
An in-house raffle boosted donations towards another Rhoscolyn defibrillator. The £202 collected at the walk has been added to the appeal launched by Ken Naylor, with the total now standing at £900.
In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of incidents where emergency services have been called to assist residents and visitors in our community. It is hoped that strategically placed defibrillators will be invaluable in providing first aid at such times.
Many thanks to the White Eagle for generously supporting the Rhoscolyn Walk again this year.
Crazy people having a Boxing Day swim at Borthwen
…. and kayakkers …
Painted pebbles – Caro Wilson
Someone somewhere has started the idea of painting pebbles and leaving them in prominent positions on coastal walks for others to enjoy. This on I saw near to Tiger’s grave recently and I have seen others about. I think its become quite a National thing with social media followers.