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Wylfa Sports & Social Club - Wylfa Power Station Visitor Centre - Opening in 1971, the Wylfa Power Station now provides nuclear energy for 2 large cities such as Manchester and Liverpool. The Visitors Centre at Wylf Llanfechell Stones - The Llanfechell Standing Stones are located 600m north
west of the centre of Llanfechell, in the North of Anglesey, North
Wales. The three stones Cemaes Bay Town Hall - Cemaes Bay village town hall sits half way down the High Street in Cemaes, Anglesey, North Wales. The town hall was built in 1898 financed by the gen Heritage Centre Tea Rooms - Tea rooms located inside the Heritage Centre at Cemaes, and has both indoor & outdoor seating and a friendly atmosphere. In the Heritage Room yo Bethel Congregational Chapel - Bethel Congregational Chapel is located on the High Street in Cemaes, Anglesey, North Wales. According to a plaque on the wall of the chapel it was Ye Olde Vigour Inn - Ye Olde Vigour Inn is located on the High Street in Cemaes, north Anglesey. The public house serves a fine selection of ales, spirits and wines. Food Samson's Rock - Samson's Rock, (Welsh: Carreg Samson) is a large rock on Traeth Bach in Cemaes Bay, North Wales. Cemaes Bay Viewpoint - A fine view of Cemaes Bay in the north of Anglesey, North Wales. The seaside resort and harbour of Cemaes is to the right of the picture while the he Oriel Cemaes - Art gallery and framing specialists in Cemaes, north Anglesey. Displaying works by local artists Ieuan Williams, Julie Roberts and Alan Kirkpatrick Traeth Bach Beach - The beach is juat a few minutes walk from both the
harbour and the centre of the village of Cemaes with pubs and cafes
close to hand - and a chip Village Square Cemaes Bay Viewpoint - A view of the village square in Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. The village square is found at the top of the High Street at the end a fine row of Penrhyn - Trwyn y Penrhyn is a rocky headland close to Cemaes on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The headland looks out over Cemaes Bay with views to Wylfa Head - Wylfa Head, also known as Wylfa Point, lies near Cemaes in northern Anglesey. It is part of the Anglesey Coastal Path and the Wylfa Nuclear Power S River Wygyr - The River Wygyr flows into Cemaes Bay on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The river rises below Parys Mountain and is joined by a tributary, M.V Catfish Boat Trips - MV Catfish offers angling and pleasure trips for visitors to Cemaes. The company has a 20 mile Code of Practice and is fully insured and registered. M Cemaes Bay Harbour Viewpoint - Cemaes Bay Harbour sits on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales, UK. Although the harbour is a picturesque location with a fine sandy beach close Cemaes Lifeboat - The Cemaes Classic Lifeboat, known as the "Charles Henry Ashley" is to be found in the harbour at Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. The 38 Cemaes Harbour - Cemaes harbour is a stone harbour in Cemaes Bay in
the north of Anglesey, North Wales. The bay itself is protected by two
rock headlands of Trwy M.V. STINGRAY - Stingray is a safe purpose built vessel, comfortable and well founded, fully insured in full compliance with the 60-mile code of practice. Based in C Cemaes Bay - Cemaes Bay is an inlet of the Irish Sea defined by the headlands of Wylfa Head and Llanbadrig Point. Cemaes Bay is located on the north coast of Ang Dog in a Boat in Cemaes Bay - A picture of a Dog in a Boat in Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. If they get lost we know who to blame, and as regards "health and safety" Llanfechell Church - Llanfechell Church stands in the village of
Llanfechell, near the town of Cemaes in Anglesey. Built in the 12th
century, much of the church was ch Llanfechell War Memorial - Llanfechell War Memorial stands proudly in the village square Llanfechell, Anglesey, North Wales. It is a fine memorial to those who lost their lives Cemlyn Beach - Cemlyn sits in between Cemaes and Llanrhyddlad on the northern coast of the Isle of Anglesey. The shingle beach has excellent MCS recommended waters, Anglesey Coastal Path - Cemaes to Amlwch Port - This section of the Anglesey Coastal Path starts from
Traeth Mawr, the main beach in Cemaes Bay. Leaving the beach the path
ascends a steep set of Cefn Glass - Public house in Llanfechell, near Cemaes in north Anglesey. Traeth Mawr Beach - Parking (Pay £2.00 per day 2009) can be found near
the beach and there are several disabled spaces. Please note that dogs
are banned from Traeth Trwyn y Parc - Trwyn y Parc is a rocky headland close to Cemaes on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The headland looks out over Cemaes Bay with views towar Cemlyn Bay - Cemlyn Bay is an inlet of the Irish sea located
between Cemaes Bay and Carmel Head on the northwest coast of Anglesey,
North Wales. The bay is de Llanbadrig Bay - Llanbadrig Bay (Welsh: Porth Padrig) is a small cove on the north coast of Anglesey to the north of Cemaes. Llanbadrig Bay is defined by the headlan Llanbadrig Point - Llanbadrig Point, sometimes known as Llanbadrig Head, lies between Cemaes and Bull Bay on the north coast of the Isle of Anglesey. Meaning the 'Church Cemlyn Point - Cemlun Point (Welsh: Trwyn Cemlyn) near Cemlyn in
north Anglesey, is a favourite place for walkers and local residents.
The Anglesey Coastal Pat Ichthus Stone Llanbadrig - The Ichthus Stone or the Llanbadrig Stone is to be found within the church of Llanbadrig near Cemaes Bay, on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales Patrick's Cave - Patrick's Cave (Welsh: Ogof Badrig) is set into the cliff below the church of Llanbadrig in Cemaes, Anglesey, North Wales. Legend has it that St Patr Llanbadrig Church - Llanbadrig Church is nestled in a hollow on Llanbadrig Point on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The old church was established in the 5th C Stone Font Llanbadrig Church - The 12th Century carved stone font in Llanbadrig Church, near Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, North Wales. St Rhwydrys Church - Llanrhwydrys (St Rhwydrys) Church is part of the
diocese of Bangor and the deanery of Llifon and Talybolion. It is
situated on the north-western c Dinas Gynfor Hillfort - A later Prehistoric style walled fort of roughly 9.7ha occupies a blunt coastal promontory.
The promontory is a craggy ridge or hill standing cliffg Porth Llanlleiana - Porth Llanlleiana is an inlet of the Irish Sea on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The cove is defined by the rocky coastline of the settle Llanlleiana Porcelain Works - Llanlleiana Porcelain Works are located between Cemaes and Bull Bay on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The ruined factory buildings, on the Llanlleiana Head - Llanlleiana Head is to be found between the coastal settlements of Cemaes to the west and Bull Bay to the east, and between the inlets of Hell's Mout Middle Mouse - Middle Mouse Island (Welsh: Ynys Badrig) is an uninhabited island situated 1 km north of the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The island measure Llanrhuddlad Bethel-hen Calvinistic Methodist Chapel - Why should the tiny village of Llanrhuddlad (sometimes Llanrhyddlad) on the north of Anglesey build a cathedral when all about were building sheds, Mynydd y Garn - Mynydd y Garn (170m) is a hill in the North West of the Island of Anglesey, North Wales. It sits between the village of Llanfairynghornwy and Porth Sw Carmel Head - Carmel Head is on the northernmost corner in the west of Anglesey, near to Trwyn Cemlyn. Surrounding the point are the offshore islands of the Skerrie Church Bay - Church Bay beach is located between Carmel Head and Holy Island on the North West of Anglesey, North Wales. Church Bay is so called because of the nea Llyn Alaw - Llyn Alaw is located in the North of the county of Anglesey in North Wales. It is to be found 4 miles south west of Amlwch and 8 miles north of Llang Black Lion - The Black Lion is a public house, (closed when I
visited in 2009) close to Capel Soar on the A5025 in the north of
Anglesey, North Wales. Close b Bull Bay Golf Club - Golf is a challenge to your skill, stamina and temperament and all three will be tested before you reach the eighteenth green at Bull Bay Golf Club. E Capel Soar - Capel Soar is located on the A5025 in the north of Anglesey, North Wales. The Baptist chapel was built in 1903, and is the third chapel on the site. W Llanfaethlu (Soar) Standing Stone - The Llanfaethlu standing stone is a large stone standing adjacent to the A5025 road in Soar close to the village of Llanfaethlu, North West Anglesey. Bull Bay Beach - The rocky beach of Bull Bay, between Llaneilian and Cemaes on the northern coast of Anglesey, is a popular destination for diving and boating. There i Bull Bay - Bull Bay, in Welsh Porthllechog, is a bay on the north coast of Anglesey North Wales. Bull Bay is west of the town of Amlwch, between Amlwch Port and Porth Trwyn Beach - Porth Trwyn Beach is located near Llanfaethlu, north west Anglesey. The sandy beach is backed by dunes and has excellent MCS recommended waters. Walks Llynnon Mill - Llynnon Mill, the only working windmill in Wales, is an agricultural museum producing stoneground wholemeal flour using organic wheat. A prehistoric s Anglesey Coastal Path- Porth Trwyn (Llanfaethlu) to Cemaes - From Porth Trwyn it is a short walk to Porth Crugmor or Cable Bay, and then on around a headland to Porth Swtan or Church Bay.
Church Bay i
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