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Hi, Lovely site. We'd like to take some photos of the brickworks but as I remember, it's out-of bounds. Is there any easier way to get to the brickworks?
Anglesey Book Store for those interesting books and MUST HAVE reading and Planning for your Anglesey holiday and education
Hi Will Great web page. I was brought up on Anglesey. At Bryn rEfail I went to school at Penrhoslligwy. There were 17 children and 2 teachers there.
We come up each year to visit family and we all love it. We try to get a beach day at Church Bay and enjoy discovering new places and experiences. As
Hi Wil I love your site. As children, our family used to camp in a farmer's field just before you go down the narrow path to Traeth yr Ora beach. It
Hi Wil Yet again our holidays (we went twice) in Anglesey this year were excellent. We stayed in the beautiful village of Aberffraw in a cottage on
Dear Reader, It looks like it's going to be a weekend on Anglesey for walking rather than sitting on the promenade in Benllech drinking a cup of tea from
Dear Gentle Reader Anthony Tavernor is one of Anglesey's best ever welcome guests and like thousands of people from Anglesey, the United Kingdom and foreign
Greetings from Anglesey Hidden Gem where it continues to be a confusion of strong Autumn storms and May temperatures. I've come to the conclusion that
It is Saturday morning just under a fortnight from Christmas and all I can see out of my kitchen window is the horizontal wind driven rain assist a murky
Hi Wil Out of the times on Anglesey, by far the most special was in May 2005 when myself and my now wife were in Anglesey for the Bank Holiday Weekend
Hi Wil Great website. Can you help please? I want to create a circular running route from Bangor across to Menai Bridge. Are the A5 and A55 passable
Hi Wil Just spent another beautiful week in Anglesey and visited Church Bay a couple of times. On my second visited I noticed what looked like a broken
Dear Gentle Reader The odds of seeing a Red Squirrel in the Dingle Boardwalk in Llangefni is about 50% I would say – going on my own experience. So, if
Dear Gentle Readers I write to advise you that time is running out in Menai Bridge. Autumn is here and one good blow and the beauty that hangs golden,
Trearddur Bay memories … early 1950's. “The Bay” was considered, by those who didn't know much about anything, to be where the wealthy folk lived;
Dear Wil While on the beach at rhosneigr Saturday evening (29/08/2015) we were taking pictures on our phones of the sun set and beach etc. The kids
Hi Wil Where on the island has a tiny street on the way down to the beach? On the right hand side there is a tiny sweet shop and on the left cottages.
Dear Wil, My Great Grandfather, Robert Richards, (1849-1928), lived at Clegir Mawr near Porth Swtan, raising a family of 10 children. (He was one of 14
Hello, Like your website with lots of information. I have a question about access to Llanddwyn Island very early in the morning. We believe there is
Dear Wil My husband and his first wife used to live in Pencraig Mansion in 1955. I still have two pictures from those days. Regards Maryse
Ancient Anglesey. Visit significant sites in the history of Anglesey. Castles, Burial Sites and Iron Age huts. Move Back in Time as You Stand Still and Reflect
Hi Wil My family and a friends are staying near Cemaes Bay inearly June and are bringing a boat. My question is, where can I find information about what
Dear Gentle Reader On the report about Mala's Bistro on Holyhead High Street (Stanley Street) written by Mangoflower I responded with the news that today
Hello, I've really enjoyed reading through your impressive blog on Anglesey. We are planning a trip in our VW for June and surveying the campsites.
Having just got married at Christmas we wanted to get away together as life was taking its toll. My new job was not working out as I planned we got 2 months’
Hi Wil, A great piece of local knowledge. A good read and warm humour too... A few of queries. 1. Do you know if there is a local convention on traffic
I have been amazed that so many public toilets on Anglesey are locked. Not at all visitor friendly and very 'inconvenient'. This is not the way to encourage
My Great Uncle John (Jack) Parkinson had Glanrafon Garage. I am researching my family history and would appreciate any information. His wife was called
Hello, I have been reading your website with great interest, and it is really informative, so I wondered if you knew of any Model Flying Clubs based on