Life on Pen Llŷn


Life on Pen LlynCommercial fishing has now reduced to a few Crab and Lobster boats that land some of the best quality crustaceans you can find and which are dressed and sold locally and sent all over the UK to tempt discerning palates.

Life on Pen LlynLobster and Crab landed at Porth Meudwy are processed at the National Trust’s Cwrt development.

Porth Colmon is also still used for landing Crab & Lobster caught on the North Coast, also processed & available locally through Selective Seafoods.

Life on Pen LlynSheep, cattle and arable farming maintain heath land on hill tops and the green fields, with traditional grass covered, stone banks, know as 'clawdd' (cloddiau) and hedgerows that encourage wildlife.

Life on Pen LlynTractor Pulling at the Welsh Ploughing Association Event.

Life on Pen LlynThe traditional Boxing Day Dip, for the more adventurous, raises money for local charities.

Life on Pen LlynBuilding Sandcastles at the August Bank Holiday competition involves holiday makers and local people of all ages.

Life on Pen LlynThe Enlli Ferry leaves from Porth Meudwy, weather permitting.

Life on Pen LlynLife on Bardsey - Christine Evans takes her grandchild for a walk on the island with a couple of hangers-on!
The Porter Family have been farming on Enlli since 2007 and keep a blog with lots of interesting snippets and photos about their life on the island. You can visit their blog by clicking here.