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Moelfre is a village in Anglesey, north Wales, at grid reference SH513864 and on the Anglesey Coastal Path. The Royal Mail postcode begins LL72. It was the site of the wreck in 1859 of the hybrid ship The Royal Charter near the end of its voyage from Australia to Liverpool. The village has a population of 1,129 (2001 census), 502 households and 5% unemployment. In the village there is a post office, a bakery, a fish and chip shop and the Kinmel Arms Hotel.
This area is popular as it is right by the large sandy beach Traeth Lligwy, which is an excellent spot for water and beach sports, and the ancient standing stones of Din Lligwy. Nearby Ynys Moelfre is also a haven for bird watching the porpoises can be seen. The village is easily accessible being only 5 minutes from the A5025. The nearest mainline railway stations are in Bangor or Llanfairpwllgwyngyll.
Libraries in Moelfre: Moelfre Library Y Ganolfan Moelfre LL72 8HA 01248 410331 Mon 13:30-17:30 Wed 10:00-13:00 Fri 13:30-17:30
Museums in Moelfre: Sea Watch Centre Moelfre Gwynedd LL72 8HY 01248 410277
Pubs/Bars in Moelfre: Lakeside Inn Tan Y Mynydd Moelfre Gwynedd LL22 9RF 01745 823691
Kinmel Arms Hotel Moelfre Bay Moelfre Gwynedd LL72 8HH 01248 410231
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