Over the next year, my plan is to bring together individuals who may feel isolated and create communities of support. I witnessed at first hand, the incredible power of bringing people together that were bound by a common issue and the impact the experience had on them.

My idea is to create a programme of walks that will focus on particular groups. People will meet, share their experiences as we walk, ask questions to each other and feel that they are not alone in feeling and experiencing these things. The open landscape lends itself so perfectly to open conversations.

These walks will range from grief to mental health and everything in between. There could be walks for parents with children with autism, walks for those who are battling or have beaten cancer. The scope for these walks is so broad and I would love people to suggest issues that I could focus on or might be helpful to them. I’m no counsellor or expert in anything but I’m committed to bringing people together, creating these communities of support and widening these circles of care so that people do not feel isolated.

At some point later down the line, I think documenting conversations with people and sharing them somehow, could help widen these circles even further. I feel I have a real purpose with this and I’m desperate to make it work. And I will. I’m also under no illusions that I won’t need help; so if you feel like you could to lend a hand in any way, please get in touch. No road, however difficult, should ever have to be faced alone.




  1. Lizzie
    04/08/2018 / 8:08 pm

    I’d love to help. If I can. This is truly a wonderful thing. And I am a counsellor. If I can be of any help I’d love to

    • wanderwonderhuw
      08/09/2018 / 8:35 pm

      Hello Lizzie. Thank you so much. Will definitely keep in touch about this.

  2. sarah
    03/09/2018 / 10:16 pm

    hi your colleague Bernie suggested i contact you about your walks.
    i have suffered depression and anxiety fir over 20 years. and sadly last may lost my whole world mymum my best friend in the whole world. when my littke boy carwyn was just 5 months old. carwyn and i are walking the anglesey coastal paths this summer for st davids hospice. we are almost there at the finishing line. your project sounds amazing. im.carrying carwyn who is 3 stones in weight

    • wanderwonderhuw
      08/09/2018 / 8:35 pm

      Hello Sarah, Thank you so much for your message and your kind words. I’m so sorry to hear about your mum. I’m sure she’d be incredibly proud of you and Carwyn for your amazing walk around Anglesey. I’d love to hear more about this and I think those that visit the blog would too. Would you be interested in writing a piece about it?

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