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Experience the charm of this fine example of Victorian engineering.

Stretching out over the Menai Strait, it offers a unique and picturesque experience for visitors.

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Stunning Natural Surroundings & Breathtaking views

The Menai Strait, with the Eryri mountain range serving as a stunning backdrop

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Become a friend of Bangor Garth Pier

to support preservation, restoration and improvement of Bangor Garth Pier

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BANGOR GARTH PIER

Bangor Pier

Explore the Kiosks

At intervals along the length of the pier deck, you will see pretty little Victorian kiosks, each of which contains a small enterprise to interest and delight you, and at the far end of the pier, the large dome of the Pavilion invites you to sample a snack, a full meal, or just a refreshing drink. So look below and discover more about what awaits you On the Pier.

Charm and Nostalgia

Built in the late 19th century during the Victorian era, Bangor Pier exudes a charming and nostalgic atmosphere. Its architectural style and design reflect the elegance and craftsmanship of that era, making it a captivating sight for history enthusiasts.

Kiosk on the Pier

MEET THE TRUSTEES

BANGOR GARTH PIER

Chris Conway

Chris Conway

I’m Chris Conway, and I live in Hirael, Bangor. I’ve always loved visiting the Pier. I’ve been a Friend of Bangor Garth Pier for 3 years, after retiring from Openreach, where I worked as a Project Manager. I enjoy the opportunities that being a volunteer has brought - from taking entrance fees at the gate, selling in the shop, and now being a trustee. Meeting and chatting with both new and...

Lucy Rothwell

Lucy Rothwell

I’m Lucy Rothwell, Bangor born and raised. I have also spent time in Scotland, England, Australia and Azerbaijan. Working as an events manager, Sponsorship lead and fundraiser since 2004 I have been involved in charities and organisations such as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival, and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games before ending up at the Woodland Trust. I’m excited to...

Vanessa Hawkins

Vanessa Hawkins

I’m Vanessa Hawkins and I live in the Garth area of Bangor having moved here in 2014 after falling in love with the area, the Menai Strait and of course the amazing pier. I have worked in education for over 30 years both as a teacher and in pastoral management and latterly in marketing. Whilst working in schools I led student volunteering groups as well as organising fundraising activities and...

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BANGOR GARTH PIER

We want as many people as possible to join us in this venture to ensure a successful future for Bangor Garth Pier. The City Council have already invested heavily in an outstanding initiative to fully restore the structure of the pier and we aim to provide a range of services to match this achievement. To do this we have created a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (Foundation Structure) called the Friends of Bangor Garth Pier (FBGP).

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