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Anglesey (Mon)

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  • Anglesey's Islands

    Anglesey

    A well-photographed, entertaining volume tracing fascinating details about various islands off the shore of Anglesey over the centuries.

    £6.00

  • Rocks of Anglesey's Coast, The

    Rocks of Anglesey

    Anglesey is a geologist's paradise. This book takes you on a journey round the coast of Anglesey by way of 25 excursions of different complexity and easy access.

    £7.50

  • Anglesey Best Walks

    Anglesey Best Walks

    Classic Walks covering all aspects of what Anglesey offers.

    £8.00

  • Anglesey Summer, An

    Anglesey Summer, An

    Summertime on Anglesey offers many attractions. The coastal and inland scenery is a spectacular backdrop to water sports, village events, walking tours and the island's heritage celebrations.

    £3.00 Ar Sêl! | On Sale!

    Prīs Gwreiddiol | R.R.P.: £9.50

  • Anglesey Churches

    Anglesey Churches

    An account of the history of all the Anglican and Catholic churches on the isle of Anglesey, many of which were founded by dark-age Celtic missionaries whose names still appear constantly in the island's place-names and religious sites.

    £6.50

  • How Well Do You Know Anglesey?

    How Well Do You Know Anglesey?

    An Anglesey Quiz Book.

    £5.50

  • The A-Z of Anglesey

    The A-Z of Anglesey

    A highly readable collection of 26 chapters, eich dealing with a particular aspect of life on Anglesey.

    £4.50

  • An Anglesey Anthology

    An Anglesey Anthology

    A rich and comprehensive anthology of writings about the fascinating island of Anglesey.

    £4.95

  • Anglesey - The Island's Story

    Anglesey - The Island

    A concise history of Anglesey from prehistoric to modern times which guides the reader to places that provide evidence of the different ages of man on the island. Colour photographs.

    £5.50

  • Anglesey 1900

    Anglesey 1900

    A highly entertaining portrayal of life on Anglesey in the year 1900.

    £4.50