Walk for Life
Various locations across Wales
Strap on your walking boots and take in some charming Welsh villages and countryside by joining a Walk for Life, organised across Wales for the past 30 years.
Community volunteers organise the walks in aid of Kidney Wales, raising money for people affected by kidney disease. With some involving treasure hunts and taking in parks, beaches and peaks, and with varying distances, it’s a great chance to get the whole family out in the fresh air and do your bit at the same time.
Locations include Pencarreg, a small village on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, Pontypool in historic Monmouthshire, and Pembroke, home of Henry VII’s birthplace Pembroke Castle. The latter is well worth a visit, with staff members dressed in period costume bringing Tudor history to life.