Coast Guard warning issued on Llandudno goats on part of the Great Orme


A warning has been issued to the public regarding a group of goats which are found on the Great Orme in Llandudno.

It comes amid reports that people have “put themselves in danger” to get close to animals and take pictures in the area of ​​the resort town of Conwy.

The Llandudno Coast Guard is now urging the public to avoid doing so, sharing a warning in a statement posted on social media last night (September 11).

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Next to a photo of the animals it read: “We have had a few calls regarding this group of goats which are currently on one of the rocky outcrops of the Great Orme.”

“We are particularly concerned about reports that people are putting themselves in danger to see the goats up close and take pictures.”

The public is warned not to try to approach the goats

The authorities assured that “the goats are safe” and “are not trapped”. Rather, they are said to be “just exploring a new part of the Great Orme”.

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The statement ended with a warning to the public. He was saying, “We urge you not to put yourself in danger to see the goats and stay on Marine Drive where it is safe and a great vantage point to see the goats.”

“If you spot someone in trouble, dial 999 and ask for the coast guard,” he added.

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