Sat May 21st 2.00 -5.00 pm A Visit to Llanfairpwll Churchyard and Pwll Fanogl
Leave cars in the car park of St Mary’s church (SH537 712) - Blue circle on the map.
This walk of about 1.1 miles there and back, is along the foreshore from the Statue of Nelson to Pwll Fanogl. This may be rough underfoot but the tide will be down. Nevertheless wear suitable shoes. At Pwll Fanogl we can peer into Kyffin Williams’ studio and look at a number of early industrial and coastal features including the old mill, the remains of a school slate manufactory, boat house belonging to Plas Llanfair. These remains have been studied by GAT and the afternoon can be an exercise in architectural detective work. On our return we can visit the lions beside the railway, the Anglesey Column outcrop (v. important geology – column sadly closed), or have tea at the hotel, or all three!
Contact Frances Llewellyn, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01248 364865
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The Discovering Old Welsh Houses Group
extend an invitation to AAS members to join them at a Garden Party at Plas Penmynydd
on Sunday 22 May 2016, 2-6pm. Click Here for details