Great Britain 12 March: Caerphilly - Carmarthen
Caerphilly, Cardiff, Carmarthenshire and beyond
Our gratitude to Nick and all his staff at the Terra Nova Cafe for fueling us with a tasty Welsh breakfast!
Our gratitude to Tesco at Culvercross for supplying our runners with a plentiful hamper of comestibles. Our gratitude also goes to the manager of Tesco Wood Street in Cardiff - Mr James Barton!
On Sunday 13th March we start the day running into the National Botanic Garden of Wales near Carmarthen
The Chairman of Carmarthenshire County Council, Cllr Peter Hughes Griffiths receives the torch as Lord Elis-Thomas (left) looks on
Lord Elis-Thomas, a friend of the Peace Run for many years, unveils a Peace statue in the Botanic Gardens.
Alan Spence, a published poet and writer from Edinburgh, comments on the natural beauty of this special place in Wales - a place that with this dedication will become a pilgrimage for those seeking a moment of contemplation and tranquility
This is the tiny writing shed where Dylan Thomas would spend many hours looking out over the estuary and writing.
Hannah Ellis, the granddaughter of Dylan Thomas greets the runners at the home where her mother and grandparents enjoyed several happy years.