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Eryri Walking Club Cemlyn Nature Reserve

Hi All,

We have arranged a circular walk from the Cemlyn Nature Reserve which is on the north coast of Anglesey. 

Cemlyn Nature Reserve holds one of the largest tern colonies in the UK and we will be joined on our walk by Ben Stammers from The Wild Life Trust who will tell us all about the bird population and the Trust’s work before leading us on a walk along part of the Anglesey Coastal Path.

Our walk is just over just under 4 miles long and we will start and finish our walk in the Trust car park (SH 329936).  If the weather is good and we are all feeling well we should be able to add an extra mile to our route.

Our route will mostly follow the grass path on the low cliff top above the seashore before returning along quiet tarmac unclassified lanes.  The grass could be a little bit slippery following any rain so strong walking shoes or boots are essential and waterproof clothing is also advised.

The NWSB are providing us with a coach which will leave the NWSB Bangor High Street offices at 10:15 and can pick up at the “Park & Ride” car park at the Anglesey end of the Britannia Bridge at 10:30 for those wishing to avoid parking in Bangor.

We should arrive at Cemlyn Car Park at around 11:20 and can have a toilet break at the Wildlife Trust before starting our walk at 11:30.

We should be back in the car park for the bus to pick us up at 15:00 for our return journey, getting us back in Bangor around 16:00 hours.

Don’t forget a packed lunch.

We will postpone the trip in the event of bad weather - If we need to make a decision to cancel, we will let you know by email and text by 8.am on the day of the walk. Responding to this email could you include a mobile number where we can send text messages please.

Please can you let Bethan know as soon as possible if you intend joining us.  

1.    Will you be joining us on the walk?
2.    Is there anyone coming with you?
3.    Do you need a sighted guide volunteer?
4.    Mobile phone number.
5.    Where will you be meeting the group?

Kind regards,
Peter Evison and Mark Roberts
Bethan Sage Williams