Dinas Dinlle is a popular beach with easy access. Its upper shore of small pebbles soon gives way to a vast expanse of firm, golden sand. In good weather it’s possible to see the Llŷn Peninsula, across to Llanddwyn Island on Anglesey and the mountains of Snowdonia. It is also of interest to archaeologist and historians because of its Iron Age hillfort, while ornithologists are attracted by its bird populations and anglers by its exceptional bass fishing. All good reasons to keep it clean and tidy!
By attending this event your efforts will be rewarded with the above souvenir.
Our task for the day will be to pick up as much litter as possible from the beach and car parking areas. Please arrive promptly to ensure you attend the safety briefing. The event will last for 2 hours finishing at 1pm. Gwynedd Council will be supplying litter pickers, hi-vis vests, bags and gloves. We have given the event a terrain rating of 2.5 due to the steep banks but there are wheelchair accessable areas along the promenade.
As with any Geocaching activity you carry out this event within your own capabilities and at your own risk.
We would like to thank Gwynedd Council for their support and loan of equipment.