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If you’ve done the WRT before then you can skip this post, you already know what’s involved, what to expect and how strangely satisfying it is to roll into the finish, eat cake, drink tea and tell anyone prepared to listen about your adventures. If you haven’t had the pleasure … then maybe it’s about time you did.

Details and on-line entry HERE

It’s not always wet

Sometimes it’s misty too

But if you’re lucky it might be dry.

Remember you’ll be living outside

and enjoying the glorious mid-wales countryside

every last bit of it!

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