Amlwch town council is responsible for a range of Amlwch Amenities :-
The Town Hall (Council Chambers)
The town hall is actually owned by the town council and was purchased on behalf of the local community in the relatively recent past. The building now plays a central role in providing a base from which numerous local groups and organisations currently operate as well as providing office space and a suitable location for town council meetings. Notably, half of the building currently houses the local police station, whilst the current council chamber previously served as the local magistrates’ court.
The town cemetery is located on the B5111 along Ffordd Burwen on the western outskirts of the town and is managed by the town council. The site has been in use since 1867 and burial records are maintained and held at the town hall. For further information relating to this amenity please contact the town clerk.
Parks and Open Spaces
The town council is responsible for maintaining and developing the majority of open spaces and amenities situated within the town and in Amlwch Port. These include the extensive park area situated at Lon Goch, various areas located adjacent to the main road and numerous decorative plant and flower units situated throughout the local area. The Parks and Open Spaces Committee oversee much of the maintenance work undertaken in relation to these facilities and are constantly exploring funding opportunities to further enhance and develop this important aspect of the towns amenities.
The town clock is situated in the tower of St Eleth’s church and overlooks the main square of the town. Some years ago, the clock was in need of repair, the clock chimes on the hour during the day but is silent at night, is wound once a week and receives a service check by a specialist company on an annual basis.
A weekly market is held on a Friday in the car park on Bull Bay Road. There are a variety of different stands and different products available.