OUTDOOR pursuits instructor Zoé Penfold was met by coxswain Peter Davies when she visited Barmouth RNLI lifeboat station last Sunday afternoon, as she takes part in her charity walk around Wales.

Zoé set off on 4 April walking the Wales Coastal Path to raise money for the RNLI and the homeless charity, Shelter.

To date, she has covered 350 miles of her epic journey and has another 520 miles to go.

She hopes to complete the whole of the path, finishing at her destination in Chepstow in 60 days, calling in at lifeboat stations along the way.

She has been very impressed by the generosity of people along the way and has budgeted on spending just £1 per day, spending some very cold nights camping out.

Setting off from Llandanwg on Monday, she expected to make the 26km to Aberdyfi on Monday, finishing in Chepstow in early June.

You can support Zoé by visiting her fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/­fundraising/zoe-coastpath and follow her fundraising venture on her Facebook page by searching for ‘Zoé walks the Wales Coast Path’.