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Anglesey,

an island off the north-west coast of Wales.
Anglesey leg - first prosthetic wooden leg, designed for Henry William Paget, first marquis of Anglesey, 1768-1854.
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Dewi Davies, Tourism Partnership North Wales, said: "This has been fantastic exposure for the Isle of Anglesey, it is priceless exposure.
The mayors of Blaenau Gwent, Ceredigion, Denbighshire, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Torfaen and Isle of Anglesey get PS19,000 and PS14,000.
Residents complained to Isle of Anglesey Council about the mess in Penrhos near their local Morrisons supermarket.
The Isle of Anglesey Charitable Trust, worth over PS21m, administers the money received from Shell when the company closed its oil terminal near Amlwch.
The Isle of Anglesey had the strongest performance of the sub regions of Wales with its economy estimated to have grown 2.6% year-on-year, followed by Gywnedd at 2.3% and Flintshire and Wrexham at 2.2%.
Volunteers from Isle of Anglesey Council provided free advice on recycling and provided new recycling boxes to residents whilst they litter picked areas in Beaumaris.
In response, an Isle of Anglesey County Council spokesperson said: "We will carefully consider the inspector's findings."
Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern LOCAL AUTHORITY: Isle of Anglesey LANGUAGE: Bilingual (Type B) GENDER: Mixed 10.84 WWWWW TOTAL SCORE (teaching - out of 15) WWWWW 4.
Members from Keep Wales Tidy, Isle of Anglesey County council and other groups will get to work on an area in Amlwch to transform it in to a nature walk and green space.
Flower club ISLE of Anglesey Flower Club, Benllech, commences this Tuesday, February 20 with the AGM and a presentation by Romana Trinity describing and showing us her craft with Ivy.
The Isle of Anglesey council claimed it acted in good faith and said the placement was for the child's welfare, but accepted that social workers had not followed the correct procedures.