Newborough and its forests, dunes and beaches, has the most southerly corner of the diamond shaped Isle of Anglesey.  And it’s the nicest corner…imho.

Have a look around the site and hopefully you’ll agree.  Or maybe you won’t because Anglesey is a fabulous island with so many landscapes in miniature – cliffs, moors, “mountains” (although they’re not really so tall), beaches, forests, marshes, lakes, awesome archaeology, great geology, fantastic architecture…there’s something for everyone here.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Sal

    I’m not going to tell anyone about it, so that when I return to the UK, even if it’s just a visit, I can go there and it won’t be over-run with tourists. Selfish? Maybe, but I’m still not going to tell anyone! :)

  2. sknicholls

    Thank you for your appreciation of my post. You have some lovely photos on your site and Newborough seems like such an unspoiled place of serenity and beauty. Thank you for sharing

  3. Denzil

    I remember visiting Newborough Warren over 40 years ago, armed with my new Wild Flowers identification book (Blamey). I had a wonderful time, identifying all sorts of wild flowers that I had never seen before (coming from the Midlands). And I saw my first ringed plover too. A memorable place. Thanks for sharing your experiences on this blog Kay.


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