Final preparations made to open Wales coastal path

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Final preparations are being made to open the Wales coastal path.

The 870-mile route will be the world's first to offer walkers a continuous path around a country's coastline.

Supporters say the path will boost tourism, but there have been concerns from landowners and farmers about access to private land.

Sian Lloyd reports.

Meeting Hollywood along the coast

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