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Advance Notice: CBA Wales Trip to Ynys Mon

Angelsey Petroglyphs
Photos by George Nash

CBA Wales are organising a visit to Ynys Mon, 17-19th May.  Subject to confirmation the visit will comprise:

Saturday’s itinerary

Museum – chat and look at several acquisitions held within the Museum archive

  • Bryn Celli Ddu and landscape
  • Llangaffo Church
LUNCH at the Museum (people with packed lunches can eat in the car park and later browse the museum and art gallery) or the National Trust Cafe at Plas Newydd
 
  • Ty Newydd
  • Barclodiad y Gawres
  • The Llanerchymedd Complex (including Esgob Farm)
AFTERNOON TEA at Esgob – there would be a small charge
 

Sunday morning

  • Exploring the Cromlech Farm landscape

DEBRIEFING WITH TEA/COFFEE and cake (of course)

Travel

For those delegates staying in Ynys Mon and coming from afar, we would assemble at a hotel/B&B in Llangefni on the Friday evening. For those driving straight to Llangefni on the Saturday morning, we would assemble at the Oriel Mon Museum at 10am.

Further information, booking etc will be posted as it becomes available.

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