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Martin Aaron Martin Aaron | 10:14 UK time, Thursday, 7 October 2010

The National Trust is looking for volunteers to help with a clean-up and maintenance project on the Anglesey coastline this autumn.

The volunteering days are each Friday up to and including 10 December, and the work will include work on footpaths and boundary maintenance.

"We have arranged a series of volunteering days which will allow people to come and help while also hearing about the work the team carries out on behalf of the National Trust," Bryn Jones the National Trust warden for Anglesey told the North Wales Daily Post.

Volunteers are requested to meet at 9am at Hen Blas Cemlyn near Cemaes Bay, and to wear appropriate stout footwear. More information is available by calling 01407 711178.


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