The team at South Stack have been delighted to see contractors R L Davies & Son Ltd (RLD) start work on the new Visitor Centre development over recent weeks. Their compound is all setup and a new entrance has been put in place for visitors. They have begun by stripping out the inside of what was our old office building and the visitor toilets. Demolition work should begin this week.
Sandwiches, drinks and ice cream are being served from a catering van in the first car park where you will also find toilet facilities. Volunteers and staff are available to assist you during your visit.
We are really looking forward to the summer season and apologise for any inconvenience caused by the building work.
This critical redevelopment of the site has been made possible with support through the Welsh Government Rural Communities Rural Development Programme 2014-20, funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government. Together with our own financial contribution, this redevelopment equates to over £1m investment in the site, and years of work to help ensure a quality attraction, safeguard jobs and visitor services in the area.
During the rebuilding of the Visitor Centre car park charges will be at a reduced rate:
Charges apply from 9am-5pm. No overnight parking or camping is permitted. Note that owing to the building works, during the remainder of 2019, there is no turning space for coaches and very large motorhomes at South Stack. The visitor centre car park has reduced parking capacity by half.
Anglesey resident parking pass
Passes are available to those who live on Anglesey at an annual concessionary rate of £20. These are available from the information point in the lower car park at the reserve, and are valid for 12 months. Two cars can be included on the pass, so remember to bring the registration number of both vehicles with you, along with either:
(1) photocard driving licence
(2) personal photographic identification (e.g. passport, work ID card) AND proof of Anglesey residence (e.g. utility or council tax bill).
You can pay for this by cash or credit / debit card. Please display this pass in your windscreen/on your dashboard when you use one of the car parks at South Stack.
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