Special Interest Walk: A Woollen Line
Join and artists Pip Woolf and Kirsty Klaxon on Wednesday 6th of June for an energetic, nine mile walk, led by Brecon Beacons Park Society’s Clive Eiles, to the site of the Woollen Line on Pen Trumau.
A Woollen Line is a collaborative effort to restore an area of eroded peat on Pen Trumau through the work of local artist, Pip Woolf, the Black Mountains Graziers Association and numerous volunteers from both far and wide. It seeks to involve people to assist with the practical restoration of the peat scar whilst promoting thought and discussion regarding our relationship with the landscape around us.
The walk starts at 10am, in Gospel Pass, at the head of the Vale of Ewyas, and heads to the site of the Woollen Line on Pen Trumau where the walk will be met by Pip Woolf and Kirsty Klaxon. The walk will continue down into the hamlet of Waun Fach, were a minibus will pick up the walkers and take them to the Mynydd Ddu tearooms in Cwmdu for further discussion over tea and cake. The minibus will then return the walkers to Gospel Pass for approximately 5pm.
For more information about A Woollen Line, click here.
Wednesday 6th of June
10am – 5pm
£4 per head for tea and cake, and there may be a small charge for the minibus.
Booking is essential. Please contact Pip Woolf to secure your place on the walk.
Tel. 01874 730995