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This country park at the edge of Holy Island holds many surprises for its visitors. Park warden Wil Stewart sat down with Ports, Past and Present and talked about the fascinating origins of the country park and what prospective visitors can expect to find here, ranging from wildlife over spectacular views across the coast to public art.

The park is owned and run by Ynys Mon County Council and is managed by the Council’s Countryside and AONB Service.

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