An Anglesey beach rated the worst in Wales for water quality is to be the focus of a £5.8m study into climate change. Cemaes, on the island’s northern coast, was the only beach to be given a “poor” rating in tests by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) at the end of last year. Now, scientists from Aberystwyth and Dublin Universities will be looking at the effects of climate change on ‘at risk’ beaches in Wales and Ireland – starting with Cemaes Bay. Cemaes beach – described as “a jewel in the crown” of Anglesey – is situated near the former nuclear power station being decommissioned at Wylfa and near the site of the proposed Wylfa Newydd site.
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