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rspb meet sheep 2017

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Welcome to this newsletter, the first of a monthly series about the goings on at the Visitor Centre and on the Reserve at South Stack.

Unesco Global Geopark Status Puts Anglesey On International Stage

Anglesey’s unique geology has been granted by UNESCO the equivalent of ‘world heritage site’ status, with the potential for a boost to local tourism and community development.

Independent research commissioned by the Isle of Anglesey County Council (IACC) in 2015 revealed a potentially substantial financial benefit from GeoMôn activities, and UNESCO estimates Global Geopark status to be worth
some £2.7 million a year to Anglesey.

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RSPB South Stack plan to graze The Range, Penrhosfeilw Common with a small, close shepherded flock of sheep in February & March. We would like to invite you to meet with us at a public information event about the work we are
doing. This is a special opportunity to discover more about this essential heathland management work, aimed at securing a future for the unique wildlife found here.

Visit us on Thursday 26th January between 3-6pm
St Ffraid's Church Hall
Trearddur Bay
LL65 2YG

We look forward to welcoming you.


*Photo by Kevin Sawford ( The RSPB is a registered charity in England & Wales 207076, in Scotland SC037654.

Meet the buyer event organised to highlight upcoming contracts and opportunities Anglesey County Council and the National Eisteddfod have to offer.

Anglesey Council has teamed up with Business Wales to highlight the many tendering opportunities that are available to local businesses, and officials from the National Eisteddfod will also be in attendance to outline what goods and services are required as well as the catering opportunities for next year’s event at Bodedern.

The County Council has organised a special Meet the Buyer event at Canolfan Ebeneser, Llangefni on the 23rd November. The event is aimed at helping local contractors and businesses gain a better understanding of local government procurement processes and view the tendering opportunities that will be available from the authority in 2017; these tender opportunities include the new Corporate Repairs and Maintenance Framework which will be advertised in 2017.