Three of Anglesey's most unique heritage sites could face closure if no one shows an interest in taking them over.
The county council is looking for other organisations to run its heritage sites, which include Wales' only working windmill and a Victorian prison.
Proposals are again being sought from town and community councils, social enterprises, businesses, trusts and organisations after a similar exercise attracted very little interest.
Proposals are being sought from individuals or organisations with the appropriate resources, expertise and experience to run:
- Beaumaris Courthouse
- Beaumaris Gaol
- Melin Llynnon and Roundhouses, near Llanddeusant
All of the three seasonal sites are currently managed by the County Council's Museums and Culture service.
Llynnon is currently closed and both Beaumaris Courthouse and Gaol are open on weekends.
It's hoped that renewed interest will ensure the sites can reopen for the new season in Easter 2017.
Proposals for running the sites are now being sought with adverts online and in the local press.