Up to 300 people have turned out for a protest march against wind farms on Anglesey.
Campaign group Anglesey Against Wind Turbines says there are plans for two “industrial scale” wind turbine on the edge of the village of Llanddona.
It is not the first time for the group to protest against wind farm plans on the island.
Previously Anglesey council has said it fully understands the concerns, but supports the principle of wind energy.
On Sunday people were urged to “register your protest and help keep Llanddona a turbine-free zone”.
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I put my hand up and admit I am a nimby (not in my back yard) because I don’t want them here, but then I don’t want them anywhere else either”
Rhian Hughes Anglesey Against Wind Turbines
Rhian Hughes, from the group, said members had been raising concerns about wind farm plans for more than a year.
“We feel no-one is listening to us,” she said. “It’s not just people from Llanddona here today, it’s people from all over the island, Gwynedd and even beyond.”