Thursday, 31 May 2012

Eyes along the Coast

Walkers along the Wales Coast Path in North Wales may have noticed an increasing number of what appear to be look-out stations, old coast guard stations which have been empty for some time but are now manned by volunteers who offer their services free of charge and are supported totally by public donation. They have already assisted in a number of potentially hazardous incidents along the coastline. Along the coast path there is always a danger of accident, tripping, falling or being carried out to sea. So far the stations in North Wales are Porth Dinllaen (pictured), Pwllheli, and Rhoscolyn. If you would like to support these volunteers or join them then go to

1 comment:

  1. Can you please tell me when and where you can see the dolphins on the north coast of Llyn? People tell me they see them but I never do. Is there a special place or time or weather or tide condition? And what are they trying to do when they jump around?