Kent Police was inundated with hundreds of calls about the earthquake, which seismologists recorded one-and-a-half miles off the East Kent coast, near Ramsgate, at 2.52am.Reports of the tremors flooded in as it became Britain's biggest earthquake since a 5.2 magnitude tremor struck in Market Rasen in Lincolnshire on February 27, 2008.
Anglesey is carrying out development and exploration work at its 100% owned Parys Mountain zinc-copper-lead deposit in North Wales, UK with a reported resource of 2.1 million tonnes at 6.9% combined base metals in the indicated category and 4.1 million tonnes at 5.0% combined base metals in the inferred category Anglesey holds a 6% interest and management rights to the Grangesberg Iron project in Sweden, together with a right of first refusal to increase its interest by a further 51%.
Anglesey has a number of priority habitats including Lowland and Coastal Heath, Reedbeds, Fens, Broadleaved Woodlands, Ancient and Species Rich Hedgerows, Ponds and Flower-rich Road Verges; there are some of the most extensive sand dunes in Wales.
We are a stronghold for some rare species, including Great Crested Newt, Red Squirrel, Otter, Water Vole and Chough, for which there are all action plans.
There’s also a children’s play area so you can keep the little ones entertained whilst you put your feet up and relax in comfort.
If you’ve visited North Wales before, you’ll already know just how stunning the Isle of Anglesey is.