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A man and three children have been saved off the coast of Anglesey this afternoon after their two kayaks capsized.
It happened in Church Bay on the north coast of the island. The Holyhead lifeboat, along with a passing boat, found the four clinging to a rock.
A Sea King helicopter from RAF Valley also attended.
An RAF helicopter had to extend its rescue cable to its full 250ft length this afternoon to rescue a climber stuck down a steep ridge north of the Ogwen Valley in Snowdonia.
The Sea King, from Valley on Anglesey, flew the 65-year-old experienced climber - who was unharmed - to the Ogwen mountain rescue base.
A man has died after falling hundreds of feet while climbing Snowdon with a friend.The 21 year old was descending from the summit yesterday when he went down a steep grassy slope and fell 500 feet from a cliff.
His body was recovered by an RAF rescue helicopter from Valley, Anglesey. The man's walking companion was heard calling for help from the mountainside and winched to safety.
An reunion's been held at RAF Valley on Anglesey between a hill walker and the crew of a rescue helicopter who saved his life.
Peter Mincher from Wolverhampton fell whilst walking in Snowdonia and sustained serious injuries in May this year.
RAF Valley's duty SAR crew was sent to reach Peter and members of the Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue team.
But thick cloud meant winchman Sgt Pete Wood (right) had to leave the aircraft and guide pilot Flt Lt Rob Jones (left) up the mountain, avoiding rocks as the helicopter hover-taxied.
Mr Mincher was loaded on board and process reversed to fly him to hospital.
Mr Mincher's dog Sooty bolted during the rescue and, after surviving on pools of rainwater, was found 10 days later by members of the Ogwen Valley MRT.
A 14-year-old artist from Mold has 'blown away' RAF Valley Search and Rescue crews by presenting them with an oil painting of a Sea King helicopter.
Emily Speakman's painting 'Brenin Y Mor' - The Sea King - depicts a C Flight 22 Squadron helicopter flying over the sea near Holyhead.
RAF Sergeant Martin Seward said: “Emily’s painting is of such a high quality that I was completely blown away. It’s hard to believe it was painted by a 14-year-old.”
After presenting the painting to the force, Emily and her family were taken inside the duty SAR Sea King - the same helicopter depicted in the painting.
The teenager, who has been painting for just over two years, said she is 'fascinated' with the Sea King.
Of her artistic ability, Emily said: "I used to watch a TV programme on art and asked my mother for an oil-painting set and that was the start of it.”
Her painting will now hang on the wall of the force headquarters.
A man had to be airlifted from the turret of one of Wales' landmarks today - after injuring his knee.
The 41-year-old man stumbled on a step while visiting Conwy Castle.
Despite receiving treatment from a paramedic, the spiral staircase in the turret meant he could not be taken back down so had to be airlifted by a search and rescue helicopter.
A helicopter was sent from RAF Valley in Anglesey and he was winched via stretcher and taken to Bangor Hospital.
A woman was winched to safety after falling on to rocks in Colwyn Bay yesterday afternoon. Holyhead Coastguard says they received a call from the ambulance service at around 4pm to say a woman had fallen 15 feet on to rocks and was complaining of neck and back pain.
The ambulance crew were unable to reach her and so a Sea King helicopter from RAF Valley was called to assist. The woman was winched from the rocks and then taken to hospital by ambulance.
RAF Valley crews also airlifted a 50-year-old man from the Halfway House on Snowdon last night after he fell and broke his ankle.
The television series that documents Prince William's time with the Search and Rescue operations coincides with the news that the service is to be taken away from the RAF and privatised - a move that the prince is believed to have opposed.
ITV News' Royal Editor Tim Ewart reports: