It started with a cabinet maker...
Anglesey Model Village was first devised by cabinet maker Jim Lympany and his wife Anne, who had a passion for gardening.
After 2 years of landscaping and model making, Anglesey Model Village first opened its doors to visitors in 1992. The model village grew and grew, becoming one of the most popular tourist locations on Anglesey. After 23 years, Jim and Anne retired and closed the model village in 2015.
Nature then took hold of the model village site, meaning that in August 2017, when Nick & Larry took ownership, a lot of work was needed to bring the model village back to its best.
With a 5 year renewal plan in place, the model village initially reopened to visitors on New Year's Day 2019 once the first phase of work had completed.