Marine Conservation for Children on Anglesey

by Pat
(Wiltshire)

Cemaes Bay Beach - Anglesey

Cemaes Bay Beach - Anglesey

Hi.


Last year we visited Anglesey with grandchildren and discovered an organised event on one of the northern beaches with a 'marine conservation type organsition'.

I wonder if you can help please because I cannot find the details so that we can repeat the experience on our visit next week.

thank you
Best wishes
Pat




Hi Pat

Was it on Cemaes Bay beach?

I remember visiting this beach to collect seaweed for my garden at the end of August, if I remember correctly.

There was a competition for children on the beach to build a sand animal. Were you there?

I spoke to one of the organisers and learned it was a fun and educational initiative by the National Trust Wales.

As I was leaving families were arriving with buckets and spades and a 'Dad with a Plan' - dangerous thing that. Competitive Dads.

The National Trust will be able to guide you, I 'm certain. You can contact them on enquiries@nationaltrust.org.uk or you can phone their Llandudno office on 01492 860123.

Rockpooling 'n stuff looks great fun. I believe we're talking about the same thing.

My very best wishes to you all for a fabulous week on Anglesey.

Wil

P.S. Remember to check the list of places to visit I put on my Blog page for Katie and six kids.

W.

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