Storm Emma reports Daily News, battered the coast in March of this year, wreaking severe damage on Holyhead Marina as well as around 75 vessels.
Since then, significant progress has been made to clean up the area, with an estimated 40 tonnes of polystyrene and 3,000 litres of oil recovered from the marina and neighbouring beaches.
This has been made possible thanks to the efforts of a multi-agency team involving Anglesey Council, NRW, and the Coastguard among others, and the time and dedication shown by local volunteers.
During a visit to the marina this morning (MAY 10) First Minister Carwyn Jones said: “From day one agencies and volunteers have worked tirelessly on the clean-up and I saw for myself the dedication and professionalism of those involved. I thank them for all they have done and continue to do.
To read further comments by the Welsh First Minister, click here.
Last month on the other side of the Irish Sea a group of cadets visiting Greystones as previousy reported ironically found debris from the damaged marina washed ashore