The Anglesey branch of the Farmers’ Union of Wales organised a welly walk to raise vital funds for the R.A.B.I. Anglesey Committee, as part of the charity's annual Welly Week.
The hour long walk took place on Friday, November 3 and started from Holyhead Breakwater Country Park. Members of the FUW and pupils from local schools came together for the walk and participants enjoyed a packed lunch together.
FUW Anglesey CEO Heidi Williams said: “I would like to thank everyone who joined us for the welly walk, which took us along the beautiful Anglesey coastline.
“The R.A.B.I’s Welly Week is a great opportunity to bring people together for fun and fundraising in support of a great cause. We are proud to be able to give something back in recognition of the support that they offer the farming community.
“Anglesey County Council contributed by way of allowing us to utilise the facilities at the Information Centre and William Stewart Park Warden organised the guided walk along the Coastal Path at the Holyhead Breakwater.”