Anglesey Aluminium land in 'world class resort' plan

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Penrhos Coastal Park, near Holyhead on Anglesey, is set to be transformed into what developers are claiming will be a "world class holiday resort" employing up to 600 people.

The land is currently owned by Anglesey Aluminium and it is hoped the plans will offset the loss of 400 jobs when the firm closed most of its operations two years ago.

Roger Pinney reports.

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