Brickworks

by Jason
(Cheshire)

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? Is it ok to visit it.

Many thanks

Jason

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Mar 16, 2018
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brick works
by: Anonymous

We've found our way to the brickworks a couple of times by literally pulling up on the verge and walking down pathways and down a really steep embankment down to the brickworks, the first time we had a 5 year old in tow...we hadnt realised what a trek it was! but it was totally worth it!! we then tried to find it a couple of years later and couldnt find the path we had taken... we'll try again this summer! try and find it, deffo worth it!

Mar 23, 2017
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Borthwen Brickworks
by: William

Dear Jason

The Borthwen Brickworks is along the Anglesey Coastal Path from Cemaes Bay (past the church of St Patrick on the headland) or from Bull Bay, the next village to the east from Cemaes Bay.

I have been told off for encouraging people on to this private land.

Many people also visit as part of their canoe journeys around Anglesey.

I couldn't possibly advise you how you should proceed, Jason.

Wil

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