THE coastguard has been receiving calls about a group of goats who are currently located on one of the rocky outcrops on the Great Orme.

Llandudno Coastguard said they are "particularly concerned" that people are placing themselves in danger to view the goats up close and to take photos.

A spokesperson for the team said: "The goats are safe, they aren't trapped and are just exploring a new part of the Great Orme.

"We urge you not to place yourselves in danger to view the goats and to stay on Marine Drive where it is safe and a great vantage point to see the goats."

Earlier this year the Pioneer reported that some goats had been relocated to conservation grazing projects.

A total of 12 nannies were relocated to a Bristol conservation project, four billies to the Avon Gorge with Bristol City Council and 13 nannies and one billy were relocated to Bournemouth cliffs in partnership with Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council.