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by Love Wrexham Magazine

Dynamic Wrexham, based at Bradbury House on Salisbury Road, provide a range of services for local children and young people with disabilities. They are thrilled to announce the ‘Wrexham Ramblers Cardiff to Wrexham Walk’.

Paco, Matt, and Ste are three friends from Wrexham who share a love of Wrexham AFC. This year, they decided to set themselves a challenge and do something a bit different. They discussed all sorts of ideas initially but decided on a walk from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff to the home of Wrexham AFC.

The friends set off from The Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Monday, 22nd April, and started the long, winding journey of 130 miles to the Stōk Cae Ras. It took them five days to complete, and they arrived at the stadium on Saturday, 27th April, just in time for newly promoted Wrexham AFC to take on League 2 winners Stockport County.


Their Journey

On their arrival, they posed for photographs outside the stadium before making their way across the road to Maesgwyn Hall for some well-earned refreshments. Dynamic also had a fundraising stall on the grounds of the Maesgwyn and collection tins for anyone wishing to donate to their incredible challenge.

You can follow their journey and the events as they progressed day by day on their Instagram account, ‘Wrexham Ramblers’. This has been a fantastic way to showcase some of the children they are raising money for and their training so far. They also provided regular updates and live videos during the walk itself.


Marie Gibson, Dynamic’s Liaison Officer, said, ‘We are incredibly grateful to Paco, Matt, and Ste for taking on this mammoth challenge. “We’d also like to thank a very special Wrexham fan in the US for matchfunding £500 raised over just a couple of days. He wishes to remain anonymous, but has supported a few local charities recently in Wrexham.”

If you would like to sponsor Paco, Matt and Ste, click here or contact Marie on 01978 263 656.

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