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Holyhead

a town in NW Wales, in Anglesey, the chief town of Holy Island: a port on the N coast. Pop.: 11 237 (2001)
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One beach user told the Daily Post: "As a result of the MCAs' badly timed actions moving into summer there is no longer a Coastguard rescue team covering Holy Island, meaning popular tourist spots such as Trearddur Bay , Rhoscolyn, Sandy Beach and Holyhead mountain are uncovered by a Coastguard rescue team.
Yesterday morning they set off on the final leg from Llanddwyn - finishing back at Rhoscolyn at 5pm.
Rhoscolyn House offers a helicopter pad and private jetty and is just a mile away from the White Eagle pub where the couple are regularly seen.
The attack happened after they had been drinking aboard the boat, which was moored at Rhoscolyn, Anglesey.
After receiving several 999 calls, coastguards scrambled an RAF rescue helicopter from its base at nearby Valley and alerted Rhoscolyn Coastguard Rescue team.
It is understood that all acts of worship in Holyhead, Trearddur and Rhoscolyn this weekend will begin with silence for Mr Llewellyn and prayers for his family.
The fire broke out at around 2pm yesterday at the property in Rhoscolyn, near Holyhead.
Porth Dinllaen is the first station to open in North Wales and several more are planned, including Rhoscolyn on Anglesey and Morfa Bychan near Porthmadog, for more information visit www.nci-northwales.org Martin Moore Public Relations Office National Coastwatch Institution Porth Dinllaen
Ysgol Santes Gwenfaen Rhoscolyn and Ysgol Caergeiliog receiving the Area Schools Gala shield
Cyn gadael yr eglwys ar ein taith gerdded, rhaid oedd hefyd dangos yr allor wyth ochrog anarferol o'r 15fed ganrif iddynt a'r ffenestr ddwyreiniol sydd yn dangos rhai o dirluniau Rhoscolyn tu cefn i'r seintiau (o wneuthuriad James Powell & Sons).
"Both Trearddur Bay inshore lifeboats were launched, the Rhoscolyn and Holyhead Coastguard teams mobilised and a Sea King helicopter from RAF Valley was also scrambled."
He added: "I have received a number of representations from local people, including from Rhoscolyn Community Council, who have all raised legitimate objections to instating a highway across their beach and I very much hope that the forthcoming public inquiry takes full account of those, especially as these local people know the beach at Borthwen and its long history."