Events are taking place today to mark the first anniversary of the Wales Coast Path. The 870-mile path has proven popular with locals and visitors alike over the past year.
John Griffiths AM, Minister for Culture and Sport, will join Ramblers Cymru, local schoolchildren and families to walk along the path in Kidwelly.
During the walk, Mr Griffiths will be shown a new food finder app, Real Food Wales, that helps visitors and locals find places along the route that sell local and sustainable food.
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