cutting of the ribbbon 23.1.18TUESDAY 6TH FEBRUARY: Work Party meets at Brownsters Cafe, High Street, Clydach between 8.00am and 9.00am. Work starts at 9.15 north of Ynysmeudwy Locks. We will be continuing the clearance and resurfacing of the towpath there.

WEDNESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY: Monthly SCS Open Meeting at the Vardre Rugby Club, Hebron Road Clydach at 7.00pm. All welcome. Please note  change of time to  an earlier start.

The photo above, courtesy of Joe Coggins, shows Cllr Robert Stewart, cutting the ribbon at the official opening of the new 120 metre cycle and  pedestrian path through the Old Highways Depot, Clydach. He was assisted by the pupils of St Josephs Primary School, Clydach and the staff and clients of Whitethorns Day Care Centre. The new path was blessed by Fr. Martin Donnelly of St. Benedicts Church, Clydach and seminarian, Robert Davies. We thank them all for such wonderful support. We also wish to thank our two Clydach councillors, Cllr. Paulette Smith and Cllr. Gordon Walker for attending, as well as Roger Dutton, the Sustrans School Officer for Cardiff and the members of the Gower Society and the Friends of Clydach Heritage Centre. Lastly, we thank the Canal and River Trust for their continuing help and expertise and David Morgan for his excellent speech.

Thank you everyone for such a tremendous turnout.