Cemaes has a wide variety of clubs, societies and not for profit organisations. You can get involved in village life by joining weekly walks, playing table tennis, sailing on the Charles Henry Ashley or helping to organise the yearly carnival.
HM Coastguard Cemaes Bay works with other organisations such as RNLI to safeguard people enjoying the North Anglesey coast.
The Cemaes Boat Club is a voluntary organisation dedicated to the care, maintenance, and promotion of the classic lifeboat, the Charles Henry Ashley.
A group of enthusiastic volunteers who organise the annual Cemaes Carnival, which takes place on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
Free fresh produce, part of a project to prevent food waste
A not-for-profit group working to convert Capel Bethlehem into a restaurant, holiday let and home for the Charles Henry Ashley lifeboat with cinema, permanent display about the lifeboat, retail units etc.
A group of dedicated gardeners who look after the planters on the High Street, the displays on the roundabout and on the way out of the village, and many other areas besides.
Primary school serving Cemaes and the surrounding area.
A Facebook group celebrating Cemaes, past and present.
A community enterprise that owns Cemaes Heritage Centre and Cemaes Community Woodland.
Village Hall with meeting rooms and kitchen built with funds from local philanthropist David Hughes in 1898.
Hwb Cemaes is based in the old library building on the edge of the main car park, and offers after school and school holiday activities for children and young adults.
The community council for Llanbadrig, covering Cemaes, Llanbadrig and Tregele.
An ad hoc local group that are concerned about the Wylfa B site and what will now happen to the land.