A Super Website
A Credit to the Island.

by Bryan
(Moelfre)


You are clearly an Anglesey man with a great love of the Island - more power to your efforts to share that love.


However, might I ask you to include a little of the island's industrial history (which is remarkable to say the least) on your excellent site?

I will send you copies (Welsh and English) of a remarkable, lavishly illustrated booklet published by the Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust called "Y Deyrnas Gopr / The Copper Kingdom", about the Amlwch copper industry.

Gyda mawr ddiolch,
Bryan




Dear Bryan

Diolch anferthol i chi am eich geriau caredig.

It is frequently so true that an unsolicited gift is usually the best.

TIME is the Great Enemy and it is only the general lack that has stopped me creating pages for AMLWCH.

I am well aware of the fabulous and painful history of Amlwch and Parys Mountain and will set my list aside at the beginning year and get on with the task.

Let's all get Christmas out of the way and the unnecessary stress dispatched from immediate memory.

May I wish you a Happy Christmas and a successful year with the Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust.

Wil

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THE ANGLESEY PENNY.
by: Anonymous

The Anglesey Penny and half-Penny. Y Ceiniog Môn ac yr haner-Ceiniog Môn were minted of Amlwch copper in the last decade of the 18th Century.

I have a half-penny and my brother the other half - in more ways than one - had the full penny or ceiniog (Pron: kane-yogg ). A druid's head and oak leaf wreath and engraved edges.

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