Supporting adults with learning disabilities on Anglesey since 1988
For over 25 years Tyddyn Mon has supported adults with learning disabilities, ensuring that they live happy, independent and fulfilled lives. The charity was formed in 1988 by the parents of adults with learning disabilities who wanted more constructive and rewarding occupations for their sons and daughters. They bought a derelict smallholding near Dulas, on Anglesey and began work on transforming it into a day centre, working farm and tourist attraction. They were successful and today Tyddyn Mon has grown to support over 50 adults with learning disabilities at 7 locations across Anglesey. The 35 acre farm continues to be maintained by a dedicated team who care for the sheep, horses, pigs, ducks, geese, rabbits and guinea pigs as well as an extensive vegetable garden.