Holyhead Market Hall
What is it about Holyhead? Arrive on a ferry from Ireland, hop on a train and whizz off, and you'll never realise that Anglesey's largest town is in terminal decline. Before you complain to me for denigrating your town, please don't: I believe places like this deserve better, and I'm publishing this in an attempt to embarrass any organisation (the Welsh Assembly might be a good place to start) into doing something about it. Every town of a certain size should be able to support a market. Holyhead has been endowed with a fine stone-built market hall - handsomely designed, spacious, accessible and with plenty of parking space for traders. It may be unloved and have a few broken windows, but it's obviously an essentially sound structure. The fact that it's out of use and now a decaying eyesore is hard to believe. Does anyone care? If not, why the heck not?