Since the 1980's David Roberts has been beside Sir Ian 'Beefy' Botham supporting him and the other fundraisers whilst walking the length and breadth of the UK. From the 6th to 8th August this year they will Walk part of the beautiful Welsh coastal path in aid of the NSPCC. We're extremely proud to be involved again this year.
Join Sir Ian Botham OBE and his team in walking part of the Welsh coastal path over three days. You can register at www.nspcc.org.uk/beefy
The route will take walkers from Burry Port to Cardiff Bay and walkers can choose to join for one or multiple days.
The planned route includes:
Day one: Burry Port to Gateway Holiday Park (nine miles)
Day two: Caswell Bay to National Waterfront Museum (six miles)
Day three: Swanbridge to Cardiff Bay (nine miles)
You can register for Beefy's Welsh Walk online now.
Walkers will be able to register as an individual or a team and children are welcome.
Entry fees are:
One day walk - £15
Two or three days walk - £25
Children - £2.50
Register for Beefy's Welsh Walk now here
We'll provide you with lots of support to help you, including a registration pack filled with top tips for training and fundraising. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Where your money goes
All proceeds from Beefy's Welsh Walk will help support the work of the NSPCC in Wales, working with vulnerable children and young people. Find out more about the NSPCC's services in Wales here.
Day 1, Tuesday 6 August 2013 (Burry Port to Gateway Holiday Park)
This route is 9 miles. Walkers should meet at Burry Port Yacht Club, SA16 0ER to collect their t-shirts.
There are toilets, car park and a café on site.
The route will follow the coastal path over the bridges, past the Life Boat House and finishes at Gateway Holiday Park, Bynea, SA14 9SN
Day 2, Wednesday 7 August 2013 (Caswell Bay to Swansea Marine Museum)
This route is approximately 9 miles and is hilly in places. Walkers should meet at Caswell Bay, Swansea to collect their t-shirts. There are toilets, a café and parking on site.
The route will follow the path all the way around the cliffs, through Mumbles and will finish on the grass area by Swansea Marine Museum. This is a more challenging day which will be made a lot easier by the breathtakingly beautiful views.
Please note: although there is pathway all the way, there are a small number of steps in places so it may not be suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Day 3, Thursday 8 August 2013 (Swanbridge to Cardiff Bay)
This route is approximately 6 miles. Walkers should meet at The Captains Wife pub in Swanbridge, CF64 5UG to collect their t-shirts. There is a toilet and parking on site.
This route will follow the costal path through fields and woodland into Penarth and will finish in Cardiff Bay. The terrain is mixed, tarmac road, field paths, grass paths and sidewalks. Steps are also involved in Penarth so it may be difficult for wheelchairs and pushchairs.