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Pictured: The Melin Llynon windmill in north Wales, UK.<br />
Re: A new operator is needed for Wales' last working windmill to keep the popular tourist attraction open.<br />
Anglesey council is trying to offload the running of the 18th Century Melin Llynnon in a bid to cut costs.<br />
Sitting tenants are running the mill's shop and cafe in the village of Llanddeusant.<br />
The council approved a one-off payment of £40,000 to keep the attraction open for 2018, although its long-term future remains uncertain.<br />
The windmill, built in 1775 near Bodedern, was restored during the early 1980s by the then Ynys Mon Borough Council, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.<br />
While there were once more than 30 working windmills on Anglesey, all had fallen into disrepair by the early 20th Century.
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Pictured: The Melin Llynon windmill in north Wales, UK.
Re: A new operator is needed for Wales' last working windmill to keep the popular tourist attraction open.
Anglesey council is trying to offload the running of the 18th Century Melin Llynnon in a bid to cut costs.
Sitting tenants are running the mill's shop and cafe in the village of Llanddeusant.
The council approved a one-off payment of £40,000 to keep the attraction open for 2018, although its long-term...
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