The weather is not so good in Anglesey, so I thought that I would walk to the local village to buy some bread and see what had changed since we were last here.
I stopped at the Marram Grass, the restaurant in the local caravan park, which is now listed in the Good Food Guide. It’s acquired its own pop-up potting shed with a home distillery and bar:-
On the other side of the road is their farm project, where you can see what you eat:-
Then, I walked up the road past the Wesleyan Chapel, which says 1785 on the front, but was rebuilt in 1861:-
The cemetery at the back has good slate tombs:-
But the house next door is now unoccupied:-
The great Prichard Jones Institute, too, is closed:-
And the little post office is now a café:-