Island Coast Investment Boost Welcome

by J Owen
(North Wales)

Visitors to the Anglesey Coastal Path will benefit from a £200,000 investment in coastal infrastructure, which is a part of a major £6.5 million environmental coastline project.

The stone jetty at Moel-y-Don, near Brynsiencyn and opposite Y Felinheli on the Menai Strait, is one of the projects to be earmarked for improvement.

After its transfer from Gwynedd to Anglesey County Council, this structure was kept in public hands following a strong campaign by local people.

The second site to benefit from grant funding will be the seawall and slipway together with better seating for visitors, at Bull Bay near Amlwch, on the north side of the island.

According to Councillor Bryan Owen, Portfolio holder for Economic Development and Tourism on Anglesey County Council, the aim of this investment is to contribute to boosting the appeal and reputation of the island as a destination for tourists.

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