It’s farewell today to our group from the Ramblers after spending 5 days with us on Anglesey’s Coastal Path. Their last walk ended at the Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay.
There is an unique outdoor exhibition on Anglesey at the moment by landscape artist Anthony Garratt.
It is called “FOUR Anglesey” – the four pieces of giant artwork have been erected in four areas of Anglesey – Penmon, Lligwy, on the Straits near Brynsiencyn and Rhoscolyn. They have been erected onto large easels and left in the landscape on or near the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path in the very spot they were painted. You can see all four whilst walking all our packages.
The exhibition will be here until October 2015 for all to enjoy.
The RNLI lifeboat crew in Moelfre, Anglesey have moved into their new £10 million boathouse. Moelfre village, celebrates its history every year now has a new, modern lifeboat lifeboat facility to launch their rescue missions with their lifeboat off the Anglesey coast.
The volunteer crew moved into their new premises on Monday March 2nd, the day after St. David’s Day. The new building has training facilities andn space for larger vessels. Good luck to the RNLI Moelfre in their new home. The new lifeboat station is right on the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path on one of our walks.
Spent the weekend visiting Liverpool. Found a special section on the unique marine life found on Anglesey.
The future of an Anglesey landmark and tourist attraction closed nine months ago remains uncertain. The Marquess of Anglesey’s Column in Llanfairpwll was closed in March 2014 for “essential repairs”, but no date has yet been set for its reopening. The monument was previously open to members of the public, who could climbto the top for a small fee. Over the years, many of our walkers have climbed the 115 steps to see fantastic views of Anglesey and Snowdonia.
Today was an amazing day with clear blue skies, calm seas on the Menai Straits and snow covered mountains of Snowdonia. Anglesey is the best place to be on days like this.