Moelfre Seawatch update

by Elizabeth Hampson
(RNLI)

The RNLI Gwylfan Moelfre Seawatch Centre

The RNLI Gwylfan Moelfre Seawatch Centre

Dear Wil


Do you think you could amend the details for the Moelfre Seawatch Centre please.

Anglesey County Council no longer run this wonderful centre perched above the sea and near Moefre Lifeboat Station.

It is now called The RNLI Gwylfan Moelfre Seawatch Centre.

There is a web site at:-

Moelfre Gwylfan Seawatch Centre

Opening times are Easter to September as before but open 7 days a week from 10.30am until 4.30pm.

Thank you.

Elizabeth Hampson (RNLI Fund Raiser)
01248 410907

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Moelfre Seawatch Update
by: Wil

Dear Elizabeth

Thank you very much for getting touch and updating me on the RNLI involvement.

This is one of the more spectacularly placed centres on Anglesey. Being right nearby the Moelfre RNLI Station and overlooking the most movingly created sculpture in memory of the astonishingle courageous Coxswain Richard 'Dic' Evans.

I urge all visitors to Moelfre to visit the RNLI Seawatch Centre, when they are on Anglesey and to take time to appreciate the casual courage of local RNLI crew.

Moelfre Dic Evans



Also, to gain an understanding of the horror of The Royal Charter Tragedy.

Also, visit Llanallgo Church nearby, where many of the 400 dead are buried.

Vist and pay your respects to those courageous of the past and those of the present.

Best wishes to you with your fundraising,

Wil

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