Anglesey Geodiversity Project
This website is an expanding guide to the geology of Anglesey (Ynys Môn), for visitors, students, teachers and researchers. The Isle of Anglesey is the largest of the Welsh islands, situated in the north west corner of Wales. The island covers an area of some 720 square kilometres and it has 201 kilometres of coastline. Follow the links on the website to begin your virtual tour of the island and its fascinating, complex and sometimes controversial rocks!
Association or society, Garden, parklands or rural site
Geo Mon is an island, and is open 24/7
Anglesey Young Geologists' Cub
Join the Young Geologists and take part in geological adventures around Anglesey, such as Dinosaur Dioramas and Field events. Events take place once every two months at 14.00-16.00.
How to obtain
Have a look at the website for a calendar of events. Also, contact Margaret Wood on 01248 810287 for more information.