Links – for further information on Anglesey for visitors

Geopark Networks

GeoMon is a member of the European Geoparks Network (EGN) which is a regional network within the UNESCO Global Geoparks.

Anglesey County Council

general information on all things visitors might need : launching boats, dog friendly beaches, toilets, places to stay, visitor attractions, ancient monuments etc
https://www.anglesey.gov.uk/en/Visitors/Visitors.aspx

Visit Anglesey

main page for visitors
https://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en

Coflein (Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Wales) maintains a detailed register of all such monuments, also place names and maps.

Environmental Organisations

National Trust has only one property on Anglesey – Plas Newydd, ancestral home of Lord Anglesey, GeoMon’s patron, who made much of his fortune through Parys Copper Mine.  But there are many smaller parcels of land free to walk on, for example at Cemlyn and Llanbadrig.

Natural Resources Wales – the Welsh Government’s ‘single environment body’ for Wales.

CADW has 16 properties on Anglesey ranging from neolithic settlements and burial chambers through to Norman and Edwardian castles and medieval houses.

North Wales Wildlife Trust has a number of reserves on Anglesey including geological and soil features as well as their biological focus.

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust are responsible for archaeological excavation and research and have published a range of reports.

British Geological Survey -iGeology App

igeology app

a free smartphone app that shows you the geology of Britain wherever you go to discover the landscape beneath your feet. Available for iPhone/iPad, Android and Kindle Fire.  Download from the Apple or Android app store.

The Geological Society

list our geotrails in their section on self-guided walks
https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/Policy-and-Media/earth-science-week/Self-guided-geowalks
also have an extensive selection of educational resources
https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/heresources
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