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Discovering The Dingle booklet

The Dingle Local Nature Reserve is a 17.5 hectare (43 acres) wooded valley rich in wildlife and history. Over recent years it has been enhanced through community involvement and working in partnership through grant aid.

These enhancements include the wooden boardwalk that winds its way along the River Cefni, sculptures, sculpted benches, and the planting of 6 hectares (14.8 acres) with native tree species.

This booklet and trail around the woodland, which is available to download below as a PDF file, is designed to give an insight into the history and wildlife of this fascinating place. The boardwalk allows access for all to many parts of the reserve.

The Dingle is managed by the Isle of Anglesey County Council’s Countryside Service. This booklet was produced as part of the ‘Extending the Dingle’ project funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the Forest Education Initiative run in partnership with Cwmni Tref Llangefni and Isle of Anglesey County Council.

The aim of the Forest Education Initiative is to increase the understanding and appreciation of the environmental, social, and economic potential of trees and woodlands.

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Environment and Technical Services Directorate
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Main reception: 01248 752428
Fax: 01248 752412
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