Our day begins in St David's
Councillor Mike Phillips, Chairman of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Committee.
Councillor Mike Phillips and staff hold the torch outside the National Park Visitor Centre in St David's
Plotting our route along the coast
In the centre of St David's we are met by the Mayor (in red cloak), the Dean of St David's Cathedral the Very Reverend Jonathan Lean, and the Reverend Canon Dorrien Davies.
St David's Cathedral
The Canon welcomes us to St Davids Cathedral
Udasina Rose greets the runners with a soulful piece of music
Children from the local school Ysgol Bro Dewi are also in the Cathedral to greet us
The students of Ysgol Bro Dewi perform music on recorders
These two sisters sing a harmony together. Their voices are amazing and evoke a feeling of Peace in this most sacred of places.
The Very Reverend Jonathan Lean leads us in a special prayer
The Reverend Canon Dorrien Davies lights a candle from our Peace Torch flame and places it on the shrine
The Canon shows us how to run (uphill)!
The Torch is passed to the Dean
And without hesitation he runs swiftly up the 39 steps
Teachers from Ysgol Bro Dewi hold the torch
We say a prayer before heading off along the coastal trail
Are we in paradise?
The runners take a moment to meditate on the sea
The Blue Lagoon - a popular spot for high divers
A moment of playfulness!
We meet international students along the trail
Our final destination for the day - Goodwick and Fishguard
Reflecting on all the amazing experiences in England and Wales