Professional walk leader, Sarah Price, volunteered to lead this walk with her own business, 'Walk Hay.'
The walk was part of Talgarth Walking Festival and took place on Monday, 1 May. It aimed to showcase the Wildlife Trust area called Pwll y Wrach, also locally known as the 'Witches pool', up above Talgarth town.
Sarah also wanted to get families walking there in an interesting way, participating in an adapted Welsh folk story written and acted by the Hay Theatre Company, who also gave their time for free.
The story featured a 'shape-shifting witch' called Ceridwen who lived in the woods, played by Julia Hall, a local boy called Gwion Bach, played by Pip, who loved to ask questions & a great story-teller, played by Sue Hodgetts, who also wrote the story.
Following the event, Walk Hay owner and walk leader, Sarah Price told The Brecon & Radnor Express: "The walk yesterday went well. There was a cauldron in the woods, a baby in a basket in the stream, music and singing, lots of lovely mud, and lots of joining in!
"I have a passion for enabling people to walk in the countryside who may not have tried it, or might not be confident to just go out by themselves."