Paula Rhoddes going complete the Rhondda Roller Coaster Walk, an amazing 26.5 miles with over 5000 feet ascent. This challenging route starts in Trehafod, and follows a clockwise circuit visiting Mynydd y Glyn, Mynydd Dinas, Mynydd William Meyrick, The Bwlch and Ferndale before returning to Trehafod via the iconic Tylorstown Tip on May 16th 2016 on behalf on the Coastguard Association.
For more details of her challenge please visit the walk web site.
The Coastguard Association have an amazing 8 seater bicycle that is available to use for fundraising events and that comes with its own trailer for easy transporting.
This is the perfect bike to inspire fundraising activities or help increase awareness of the Coastguard Association.
Details of the current location of the nike and to arrange to borrow it, please contact our Chairman
The Coastguard Association were delighted and overwhelmed with the donation that they received care of the five Coastguard rescue teams on Anglesey for £7,000.
Janice Bannister’s dog, Sylvia went missing from Newborough Beach January 17th, her story touched dog lovers around the Globe as her devoted owner desperately searched the remote parts of Anglesey, and HM Coastguard Angelsey helped in the search. Sadly Sylvia was found a week later,on 24 January, on a sun drenched beach, cut off by rising tides, Sylvia had drowned.
Sylvia left a legacy – the “From Sylvia with Love ” fund. The Coastguard Association are honored to accept this in memory of Sylvie and will put it to great use.
Details of the donation was covered here on the BBC news web site.