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paul h
08-06-2012, 23:51
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caspar
09-06-2012, 09:28
Nice finds!

The second one in Holyhead - the building across the water is a hospital if it's where I'm thinking of - it looks like the same building. There's a few spots near there too.

MATS
09-06-2012, 12:03
1st is Wylfa power Station - not bad but take a radiation dosemeter with you to check levels when you depart.

2nd next to Officers Mess RAF Valley which is also right in the middle of RAF Valley Married Quarters etc.....this site is a good one as you have pretty good walks with dogs round there as well, SPAR shop up the road, local Curry house and an RAF Club nearby for drinks with even a bowling alley - members of the public were allowed when I was there in 2005. If you are there during the week there are plenty of Hawks about as well.

caspar
09-06-2012, 13:21
2nd one isn't where I was thinking.

1st one part of Cemlyn Nature Reserve (Ssshhhhhh). Sign saying no dogs in woods there I'm told, but a lovely spot. There's some very pleasant walks and bays near Wylfa which tend to be desolate and really peaceful.

kimbowbill
09-06-2012, 15:04
2nd one isn't where I was thinking.

1st one part of Cemlyn Nature Reserve (Ssshhhhhh). Sign saying no dogs in woods there I'm told, but a lovely spot. There's some very pleasant walks and bays near Wylfa which tend to be desolate and really peaceful.

the sign is correct i'm afraid, it is part of the Nature Reserve, the entrance is very narrow to get in and out of. also, very windy up there,


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