Train, talk, walk through half-term

As part of Transport for Wales partnership project to encourage people to use public transport to access local walking routes and help improve their health and wellbeing, Ramblers Cymru will lead 6 free family walks during Easter half term.

On Monday 3rd April and Tuesday 4th April, the guided walks will begin at 4 station locations, Flint, Barry Island, Barmouth and Burry Port with places limited to 20, including adult and children. The family fun adventure walks will include opportunities to stop and take in the amazing views, as well as some fun activities for all the family to enjoy.

Every child in attendance will be given a Ramblers Cymru Ramble & Scramble activity book to take home and will also have the opportunity to use them along the way to spot and identify the local wildlife.

The walks follow the launch of our ‘Train, talk, walk’ partnership which will encourage people to use local train services to access new family friendly walking routes being developed by Ramblers Cymru, that start and finish at local stations.

Angela Charlton, director of Ramblers Cymru said: “Its great to be working with TfW to offer these walks,  they are a great way for families to experience some parts of our beautiful coastline.

“We want to see walking at the heart of communities across Wales, and to encourage visitors and local people to explore and enjoy positive outdoor experiences and the health and wellbeing benefits they bring, in a more sustainable way.”

To book your free places, visit:

3rd April

Flint Family Ramble 10.00am – 12pm

Flint Family Ramble 2pm-4pm

Barry Island Family Ramble 10.00am – 12.00pm

Barry Island Family Ramble 2pm-4pm

4th April

Barmouth Family Ramble 10.15am – 2.00pm

Burry Port Family Ramble 10.00am – 12.00pm