Church Bay Pub

by David
(Rhydwyn)

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Dear Wil


I've put a link to your Church Bay page on my Facebook page - but upon looking through I noted that you state the Church Bay Pub does food - however I believe that this is not the case and has not done so for a long time.

Much to the surprise of visitors.

Regards

David

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David from Rhydwyn's Church Bay Facebook Page




Hi David

Diolch am y linc. Hynod garedig. I return the favour.

I haven't been to the Church Bay pub for years and am incredibly surprised that it doesn't serve food. BABBS Guide?

Anglesey's begining to develop a very good reputation for food, what with the Bull's Head in Beaumaris, White Eagle in Rhoscolyn, Sandycroft and Trearddur Bay Hotel in Trearddur Bay, and ... soon to come the Maelog Lake Hotel in Rhosneigr.

Not to forget the lovely Lobster Pot in Church Bay, of course.

Astute business people know this and thankfully Prince William and the fabulously beautiful Duchess Kate Middleton are highlighting Anglesey. I love Pippa.

This is probably a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make a seriously good reputation.

I don't understand Facebook so drop me an email address. I'll keep it private.

Thanks again and I hope you're enjoying this fabulous Spring weather.

Wil

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Anglesey's Unique Shorelines.
by: 'Drew in Alaska.

Anglesey Beaches


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Anglesey is amazingly diverse in its offerings of coves, beaches, bays, and other multifarious shoreline characteristics not found elsewhere whatsoever, in Great Britain.

In this regard then, it would be a Seascape Artists Paradise without any shadow of a doubt.

Seascape treasures of Anglesey are so unique and so diverse from rocky cove to vast grassy sand dunes to smooth pebbles, to larger shingles, grass-verges and sands to gritty sands.

The Island boasts the most, when it comes to scenic shoreline views of amazing varieties.

Finally, my added claim to wondrous Treaddur Bay here ever etched in my memories as my boyhood's footprints were in the soft yellow sands...

Cymru Am Byth!

Drew




Amen Andrew. Amen.

Wil

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