North West Wales

Bike ride for Isaac Nash, 12, swept to sea off Anglesey

Isaac Nash Image copyright North Wales Police
Image caption The body of Isaac Nash has never been found

More than 70 cyclists have completed a 150-mile bike ride from West Yorkshire to Anglesey in memory of a 12-year-old who drowned in waters off the north Wales coast.

Isaac Nash, from Huddersfield, was on holiday when he got into difficulty at Aberffraw on Anglesey in August 2014.

His brother Xander was saved by his father but Isaac could not be rescued.

Despite a lengthy police and coastguard search, Isaac's body has never been found.

An inquest into his death earlier this year recorded a conclusion of misadventure.

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