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LLanddwyn Island, Cobwebs gone!! Not rated yet
Yesterday, after a night at St Asaph we drove early in morning to Angelsey and were, to our delight, the first on her island on St Dwynwen's Day.
ANGLESEY SPRING. ARE WE THERE YET? Not rated yet
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 …
Anglesey Historic Churches Not rated yet
Yet again our holidays (we went twice) in Anglesey this year were excellent.
We stayed in the beautiful village of Aberffraw in a cottage …
Childhood memories Not rated yet
When l was four or five my Father went to work in Cemaes Bay,1951. l went to school there along with my older brother and learned to speak …
Best beach cafe on Anglesey Not rated yet
Hi there Wil
The little beach cafe at Cemaes Bay is the best on Anglesey!
We started to visit Anglesey when our daughter was little and discovered …
Benllech Ice Cream Back Up And Running Not rated yet
Dear Gentle Reader
Wil here with some very important, nay vital important news for you to get your Spring off to a good start.
Dan Dare and his trusty …
Driving Test - Holyhead 1967 Not rated yet
My husaband Alan was stationed at RAF Valley and we were living in Holyhead when I decided that I needed to be able to drive. So I started …
Cycling the Telor trail from Beaumaris Not rated yet
Some news for you.
A new company, Isle of Anglesey Bike & Kayak Hire has set up in Beaumaris enabling visitors to hire bikes from just £10 …
A Place In My Heart - Trearddur Bay Not rated yet
A few years ago I had to come to Holyhead to work. Basically to train people to take over mine & my workmates jobs in Kent.
Feeling sad …
Patchwork and Quilting on Anglesey Not rated yet
Anglesey has a little advertised cultural activity which is now attracting a lot of national and international acclaim, especially following the much vaunted …
MYNYDD BODAFON Not rated yet
After enduring the long, damp, cold, dark days of Winter, it's a welcome relief to realise that the daylight hours are slowly, slowly getting longer and …
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