Living Streets Cymru in partnership with Oriel Môn have launched a bilingual walking trail of some of Kyffin Williams’ most famous landscape painting locations. The project, Yr Awyr Agored (the Open Outdoors), was supported by Cadw – the Welsh Government’s historic environment service and The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Pindar Creative worked with Living Streets Cymru and Oriel Môn to create a walking trail leaflet featuring three walks at Bae Trearddur, Llangefni and Pwllfanogl. The leaflet includes images from the museum’s collection and signposts to practical information including travel and walking advice; it is available to download in Welsh or English.
Living Streets Cymru is part of the UK charity for everyday walking and this will be its first project based in north Wales; further information on the project can be found here.
Carl Thomas, Managing Director at Pindar Creative, says:
We’re proud to have been involved in a project that aims to support mental and physical wellbeing, especially during the pandemic, and will connect local adults, young carers and parents to the work of Kyffin Williams at scenic locations on Anglesey.
Originally from Anglesey (Ynys Môn in Welsh), Carl is looking forward to trying out the trails on his next visit to the island.