THE END FOR BEACH WAR­DENS ON MôN

Bangor Mail - - NEWS -

SEPTEM­BER 9 saw the end of the du­ties of the An­gle­sey Beach War­dens.

A de­brief­ing was held the fol­low­ing day to dis­cuss any points raised con­cern­ing their few months pa­trolling the beaches of Ben­l­lech, Lland­dona, Trearddur Bay and Traeth By­chan and to in­vite sug­ges­tions to im­prove fa­cil­i­ties for the thou­sands of visi­tors that come here to en­joy our blue flag beaches.

The War­dens have pro­vided lo­cal weather and tidal con­di­tions whilst en­sur­ing that all dogs are ex­er­cised in the ap­pro­pri­ate ar­eas of the beach.

This year has seen them give ad­vice to sev­eral bathers due to a sig­nif­i­cant rise in the num­ber of peo­ple af­fected by jel­ly­fish stings and mi­nor scrapes and bruises.

2015 has not been the best of sum­mers but Deb­bie, Tina, Paul, Sian, and some oth­ers have pa­trolled the sands in all weath­ers giv­ing ad­vice and warn­ings to own­ers of in­flat­a­bles dur­ing off-shore winds.

I thank them all and wish them all good luck in what­ever the fu­ture holds for them.

Not for­get­ting Mr Will Smith who con­sci­en­tiously keeps our paths and roads lit­ter-free. Eric Brook

Ben­l­lech

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