More than a thousand trenches have been dug across 150 hectares at the Anglesey power plant site. More than a thousand trenches have been dug to investigate the archaeology of the planned site of Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station on Anglesey. UK energy company Horizon Nuclear Power are preparing the site in advance of construction and have to carry out wildlife and archaeological evaluations. They have hired Thomson Ecology to look into what sorts of animals are living on the land at Wylfa and what ancient secrets the land may hold: the latter task has been carried out by Thomson’s partner Wessex Archaeology.
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