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Gifts from Anglesey

The Wardrobe

The Wardrobe Beaumaris

42 Castle Street Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8BB

phone: 01248 811713

The Wardrobe offers casual and occasionwear, sizes 8 – 18, along with accessories, in a large, bright and spacious character building on 3 floors on the main street of historic Beaumaris. There is also a lovely collection of childrenswear on the ground floor.

Stafford House Fine Foods

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11 High Street, Menai Bridge Isle of Anglesey LL59 5EE

phone: 01248 712368

Paula Brown and son Steven, at Stafford House in Menai Bridge are passionate about food! All the food at Stafford House is hand made to the highest standard and presented with love. They and the excellent team prepare fresh locally produce and delicious meals and light lunches to take away and enjoy at home or for a picnic by the stunning Menai Bridge down the road.

Farmer Street Studio

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Unit 5/6 Rural Craft Work Shops Llannerch-Y-Medd Isle of Anglesey LL71 8DS

phone: 01248 470903

Keith Andrew RCA was born in London in 1947 and studied at
Ravensbourne College of Art, Bromley, Kent . He worked in London as a graphic artist for eight years before turning to painting full time in 1975. This coincided with moving to Anglesey, North Wales.

Anglesey Bait Centre

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Gallows Point Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8YL

phone: 01248 810009

Fishing tackle and bait has been sold from Gallows Point for 20 years but recently the point has been comprehensively redeveloped allowing Anglesey Bait Centre to expand rapidly. As our name implies, we always carry a wide range of fresh and blast frozen baits in stock. We also stock all leading makes of fishing tackle. Our prices are extremely competitive and we are happy to quote a price for any item of fishing tackle. The shop is open every day including holidays and our opening hours are very flexible. We can provide a 24 hour service with bait and tackle collection outside of normal shop hours by arrangement. Other facilities at Gallows Point includes boat chandlery with boat storage area and launching slipway, a petrol service station selling hot drinks and snacks. At Gallows Point we try to provide a one-stop angling centre for all visitors.

Deri Mon Smokery Ltd

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Dulas Bay Isle of Anglesey LL70 9DX

phone: 01248 410536

DeriMon (translated from Welsh means The Oaks of Anglesey) the name is derived from the fact that our property Deri Isaf (meaning Lower Oaks) is derived from the Welsh name for oak derwen much of this part of Anglesey was an oak forest in times gone by and many place names are linked to this fact.

Bryn Refail Crafts

Brynrefail Dulas Isle of Anglesey LL70 9PJ

phone: 01248 410678

Anglesey Wood Products

101 Gaerwen Uchaf Gaerwen Isle of Anglesey LL60 6JW

phone: 01248 421086

Pretty Things of Beaumaris

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The Market Square Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8AA

phone: 01248 810 101

The Shops

Welcome to the colourful world of No. 6 Market Square, our famous Gift Shop.

We stock a wide range of modern and traditional gifts from jewellery to handbags, candles and childrens gifts.

Our wide selection of scented products include the best-selling perfumed candles from Lily Flame, scented oils and candles from Manuel Canovas and essential oils and home fragrances from Norfolk Lavender.

We also stock the world famous Highland Stoneware. Each piece is hand-made and freehand decorated. The variations that evolve are the hallmark of the uniqueness of our stoneware and no two pieces are the same, so you can build your own collection.

We also sell kitchenware, which includes the Royal Worcester Jamie Oliver mugs, and hand made handbags and bags from Bill Brown.

Canolfan Crafftau Tan Lan Craft Centre

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Bethel Bodorgan Isle of Anglesey LL62 5NW

phone: 01407 840237

18th century farm buildings housing a craft centre specialising in needlecraft

Beef Direct Ltd

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Plas Coedana Farm Llanerch y medd Isle of Anglesey LL71 8AA

phone: 01248 470387 or 07765024317

We set up Beef Direct in 2000 because we were fed up of ‘being taken for a ride’ by the supermarkets that dictated prices to the abattoirs for their beef and lamb. As Farmers’ Markets were starting to become popular, we literally ‘took the bull by the horns’ and decided to have a go at selling our own Welsh Black beef and Welsh lamb. Apart for the period of the ‘foot and mouth’ outbreak we have not looked back since!

Photography: Edwards of Conwy, Conwy Fine Wines; © Crown copyright (2009) Visit Wales

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