nearest launderette to rhosneiger

Can you please tell me where the nearest launderette is to rhosneiger and also the nearest a&e department

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Jul 20, 2019

by: William

Dear Friend,

The nearest and main A&E Department is in Bangor.

Travelling from Anglesey across the Britannia Bridge A55 expressway, take the first left turning off the bridge. Follow this road to the next roundabout. The hospital is signposted as being on the opposite side. Take this road to the next roundabout and go left. Reach the next roundabout and take the right. The A&E Department is in the left side of the main buildings, where the ambulances park.

There is a small injuries unit at the Penrhos Hospital in Holyhead with specific hours. Type 'Penrhos Hospital Holyhead' into your favourite search engine for further details.

Laundrettes? You have two laundrettes near Rhosneigr.
One in Valley and the other in Holyhead.

Valley: at the crossroads by the Valley Hotel, take the road for Trearddur Bay, cross the railway crossing and it's a small bungalow affair a few hundred yards ahead on your left.

Holyhead: a bit more complicated. Drive up into town, taking the left road by the Cenotaph. Follow the road, bends and hills for about three hundred yards and you will see a large pub, The Branch. Drive up past this and take the small lane to the right. You'll find the laundrette there on your left.

It sounds like the laundrette in Valley is best for you.

Have a nice break and don't hesitate to get back in touch if you have any other utility type questions, or anything else to do with Anglesey for that matter.

I hope this information is useful. Please let me know.

Best wishes

William Gerwyn

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