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Bee-keeping business saved by the suspension of Wylfa Newydd nuclear project

Wales Farmer 1st Feb 2019 Multi-award winning bee keeper Katie Hayward, who runs Felin Honeybees, at
Cemlyn, near Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, is one the last people living in
immediate proximity to the now suspended Wylfa Newydd development at Cemaes
Bay. Since, the nuclear plans were first mooted, the future of Katie’s
farm, honey business and education centre was in “limbo” and many of
her activities ground to a halt when she was told she would have to leave
her property. Now, with the project officially suspended, Katie says she is
feeling a little more “optimistic” about her future and anticipates at
least a 12 month reprieve to get her farm business back on track.

February 2, 2019 - Posted by | general

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