Future Wales Coast Path

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We’re saying hwyl fawr to Magor & Undy Lighthouse and we need you to help us keep the golau burning in the villages as we acknowledge the changes that may come in the future.

Join us for a light procession from the seawall, followed by hot food and drink and a display of celf created over the past years in response to The (Future) Wales Coast Path. We’ll also be sharing films made by residents on Sagar Island in the Bay of Bengal – our tidal twins.

Meet at the Lighthouse on Magor Marsh at 4.30pm for a two mile walk to the seawall, where we’ll light our lanterns as the sun sets on the high tide before we carry our lights back to Magor Square, for food, art, and conversation from 7-9pm. Dewch yn llu! 

Free to attend, all welcome. We’d appreciate you signing up so we know how many to cater for. Magor Marsh Lighthouse is on the Magor Marsh Gwent Wildlife Trust reserve, entrance off Whitewall.

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Free to attend, all welcome. We’d appreciate you signing up so we know how many to cater for.

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Facilities

Parking

  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)

Map & Directions

Tides of Change Light Procession & Gathering - Magor

Type:Guided Walk

Magor Marsh, Derek Upton Centre, Whitewall, Magor, Monmouthshire, NP26 3DD
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Tel01633 889048

Opening Times

Season (22 Oct 2022)
DayTimes
Saturday16:30 - 21:00

* Access

The reserve is flat, with a path and boardwalk allowing access as far as the bird hide (400 metres from the car park), this narrow boardwalk is passable with care in a wheelchair. There are steps and boggy, uneven ground in other parts of the reserve, whilst cattle or other livestock regularly graze some areas. Please note that due to sensitive wildlife, dogs are not allowed at Magor Marsh.

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