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Anglesey Craftworkers Guild

Historically, Anglesey was known as MÔn Mam Cymru as it produced the bulk of the grain that fed the rest of Wales.

Although no longer the bread basket of Wales, the Isle of Anglesey continues to be a plentiful producer of traditional handcrafted products. Anglesey Craftworkers Guild was formed to encompass these skills and they are branded for their quality with a symbol which is derived from the Island’s long-standing title.

Tradition lives on in the supply of quality handcrafted goods earmarked for you.

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A group of dedicated craftspeople living and working on Anglesey, united in the promotion of high standards of design and craftsmanship throughout the island

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Llynnon Mill, Llanddeusant

The only working windmill in Wales producing stone-ground flour for sale at the mill.
A renowned Tea Room is situated above the Craft Shop where home-made refreshments can be partaken!
The shop and tea rooms are open from Easter time to end of September.

Anglesey County Show

Usually second Tuesday and Wednesday in August. A fantastic two day event well worth visiting.

Guild members are also present at various exhibitions, shows and fairs throughout the year.

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Anglesey Craftworkers Guild Details

Gifts from Anglesey: 61 Craig-Y-Don Benllech

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Anglesey Craftworkers Guild

Owner/Manager: Mr K Thornton

61 Craig-Y-Don Benllech Isle of Anglesey LL74 8TB United Kingdom
phone: 01248 853491 fax:
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