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UK Ysgol Y Bont, Llangefni - Summer 2016

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The only one of its kind on Anglesey this was a school "for 3-19 year old pupils with severe learning difficulties and complex needs". A brand new state of the art centre has been built nearby as these original pre-fab buildings were deteriorating quickly. The site is earmarked for re-development which looks like it may happen sooner rather than later.

 

After seeing the potential for an explore I returned when I had more time. There had been a few windows put through by the local miscreants and I feared that the inside might be a bit trashed but not so. Turned out to be a nice relaxed mooch.

 

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Pwy sydd yma heddiw = Who's here today

 

 

I particularly liked Rule No 3: Walk Sensibly  :lol:

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  Trist = sad; Ofnus = scared

 

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Croeso = welcome 

 

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Wedi cau = Closed

 

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Really nice report, it has a very sad feeling to it, seeing all these colours and classrooms, but with out the context of the children.

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Thanks guys, it certainly was colourful! The main thing that struck me was the silence and thinking how different it would have been full of noise and chatter etc. 

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