In addition to his duties as an RNLI volunteer, where he is regarded as an “outstanding member
of the Trearddur Bay RNLI shore crew” Bill cares for the physical appearance of the village and
surrounding areas. He regularly mows a Byway and clears it of any dangerous debris enabling
children and adults to access the area safely.
“An extremely helpful and practical person of great humility, who is prepared to give his time, willingly given, to whoever requires it”
He organised the building of a sturdy bridge over a drainage ditch, replacing the dangerous and
makeshift planks which were there previously, opening up a whole near area safely accessible
for families and dog walkers. Following the winter storms, Bill enlisted the help of some of his
RNLI volunteers to clear the play park of debris enabling its safe use by children until the local
authority could resource the official clear up.
“His commitment to all things Trearddur Bay is unstinting. He has spent many hours helping maintain the local community in the best condition possible for the benefit of all.”
He is a Chair of a local residents association and is the first port of call should anyone require
minor repairs or odd-jobs. He is a real pillar of the community.