It was a fine day. The launch took place at Blackpill. Byron Davies MP and TV presenter Andrew Price having had to cancel, the Festival was launched by Councillor and Cabinet member Mark Child. Brunel (aka David Judd, Wheelrights President) said a few words and introduced him.
Another fine day, comfortable temperature but cloudy.
A warm sunny day. The pictures below were taken on the Campus to Campus ride (No. 8).
A lovely sunny day. Following coffee and cake in the Community Café in Llanmadoc Ride 11 visited the Bridge pottery in Cheriton then had lunch in the Greyhound
Forecast rain didn't materialise and it was another lovely day. The three pictures below were taken on the Penclacwydd ride (No. 15). It was to the Penclacwydd Wildfowl Centre, and was one all the family could enjoy. There were 31 on it - a record?
Heavy rain in the morning gave way to warm sunshine. The start of the Ride/walk (No. 17) was set back to 11.45 thereby avoiding most of the rain. Ride 18 to Kidwelly braved the rain on the way out, but the wind direction conveniently changed from SE to SW during the day so that it helped them both ways. The two pictures below features the Ride/walk, and below that the Kidwelly ride.
Heavy showers and gale force winds led to Rides 20 and 21 being replaced by a shorter North Gower circuit. The Rhondda Tunnel Ride (22) went ahead as planned. However only five took part and two of them took the train back from Port Talbot. The picture on the left below shows the N. Gower circuit riders on the Welshmoor Road and that on the right the Rhondda Tunnel riders near Blaengwynfi.