ANGLESEY residents are being given the chance to have their say over a proposed electric pylon scheme planned for the island,

The Anglesey Says No To Pylons Group is calling on people to make their views heard over the recent National Grid overhead pylon project which proposes to connect the Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant development.

The online process to voice opinions on the plan, formally opens from Wednesday, October 17, and runs for one month.

Pam Lee and Cheryl Weaver members of Anglesey Says NO To Pylons are setting up a drop-in session at Assembly Member Rhun ap Iorwerth's office in Llangefni, from 10am until 4pm, on Friday October 19.

Computers will be available, and they will help guide people through the online process.

Cheryl Weaver said: "We aim to help the people of Anglesey get their voices heard. A lot of people don't have a computer or don't know how to go about making their views heard.

"So we are going to be on hand to help. The team is also making arrangements to have more drop in centres at Cemaes Bay, Rhosybol and Llanfair PG.

"We will also be advertising in local news papers, radio Mon FM, Anglesey Says NO To Pylons Facebook Page and our Web Site

"There isn't much time, but we hope people will have their say by going online, and if they are not able to, they can come to us for help on the Friday."

Pam Lee added: "To date our team has now gathered over 13,420 signed petitions."