Welcome to C.V.C.P.

The Clyne Valley - So much more than a cycle path

Just three miles from Swansea City Centre

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About the Clyne Valley Community Project

The Clyne Valley is a diverse area with over 700 acres of land stretching from the sea at Blackpill, in Swansea, northward to Dunvant. The areas of: Mayals, Sketty, Killay and Upper Killay also border The Valley.

C.V.C.P. was set up in 2010, initially to benefit the communities in the locality. As its popularity increased, it has become well used and appreciated by many Swansea residents. Visitors can enjoy a variety of leisure pursuits, such as: walking, running, cycling, mountain biking and horse riding. Alternatively, they can just relax in the beautiful surroundings. As an organisation, C.V.C.P. is wholly managed by volunteers who have a particular interest in promoting its rich History and Biodiversity, also in improving and maintaining access routes through the Clyne Valley.

Our interests are:

Brick from Killay Brickworks

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What's happening in Clyne...?

Upcoming Events

3rd October, 2023
The History of Dunvant (part 2) - a talk by Stephen Evans
7:15 pm
St Hilary’s Church hall
Second Autumn Talk
8th October, 2023
Check out "International Fungi Day Walk" on Eventbrite!
11:00 am
Fungi walk
7th November, 2023
The Geology of Clyne Valley and Surrounding Area - Ian Protheroe
7:15 pm
St Hilary’s Church hall
Third Autumn Talk

Latest News

8th September 2023
First Autumn Talk
Thank you to Steve Littlejohns who recently gave a fascinating talk about the History in the Clyne Valley. Steve expl...
3rd August 2023
Himalayan Balsam / Brambles. Can you help us?
You may have noticed Himalayan Balsam in areas of the Valley. Whilst the bees love this, it is an invasive species wh...

700 Acres

Lottery funding awarded

Volunteer led

Membership £10 per household