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Learning resources for the Wales Coast Path
Using the path as a basis for learning and skills.
- Wales Coast Path Event ‘Inspiring Young People'
- Wales Coast Path inspires the next generation of explorers with new resource pack created in partnership with the Urdd
Urdd Gobaith Cymru
Interactive and fun resource packs for a unique outdoor walking and learning experience
Our 10th anniversary resources
Useful resources to help tell our story
- Wales Coast Path - Your route to coastal learning (presented in English): a course for teachers
Castles, Churches and Chapels
Wales is renowned for the number, and excellence, of its castles but these stunning structures are not the only sign of Wales' rich heritage. There are also plentiful examples of ancient churches and chapels waiting to be discovered and appreciated.
Parc Tredelerch and Seawall to Peterstone Wentloog, Cardiff
Escape busy city life in Cardiff and relax along the banks of the Severn Estuary
10th Anniversary media pack
An overview about the Wales Coast path and what’s happening in it’s 10th anniversary year
Church of the Holy Cross, Ceredigion
This short circular walk takes in sweeping views of Cardigan Bay, the perfect place to watch the sun go down
Arts and Crafts
Skilled and proud artisans have been a feature of Welsh life for centuries. Inspired by beautiful and dramatic countryside, the range of natural materials available to them, and the history all around them, those traditions thrive today.
End of Project Report
Natural Resources Wales have commissioned Resources for Change Ltd, with Asken Ltd, to prepare an end of project report on The Wales Coast Path achievements to date.
Cambrian Coast by foot and rail
Several stretches of the Wales Coast Path are well served by the railway network – including the 109 miles of the Path which runs close to the Cambrian Coast line between Pwllheli and Aberystwyth.
- Wales Coast Path - Your route to coastal learning (presented in Welsh): a course for educators