Dunnet Head


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Dunnet Head,

sandstone promontory, 341 ft (104 m) high, Highland, NE Scotland. It is the northern extremity of the Scottish mainland.
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The family graveyard is at Dunnet Head - a peninsula in Caithness which includes the most northerly point of the mainland of Britain.
During the trip he will pass through locations such as Dunnet Head, the most northerly point in the UK; Whalley, the most central point; Holme Fen, the lowest point, and he will even climb up Ben Nevis, the highest point in the UK.
The Walking Detective is an account of his trek of over 1,000 miles from Lizard in Cornwall to Dunnet Head, near John O'Groats.
The boatcaught record for a Porbeagle is 507lb, taken in 1993 by C Bennett off Dunnet Head, Scotland.
Blathaon has been identified as John o' Groats or Dunnet Head in Caithness, and Sarre is in eastern Kent.
Actually, it is Dunnet Head, 15 miles west of there.
The Bay's own scenic delights apart - Dunnet Head is the most northerly headland in Britain - it's an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions the coast has to offer.
DUNNET HEAD, Len Lungo's well-regarded Ayr bumper winner, has died from a heart attack.
For that ride Adrian Hinchcliffe, who now lives near Newcastle, was joined by his brother John "Inky" Hinchcliffe (69), who lives in Dorset, and Bernard Heath (76), and living at Dunnet Head, near John o' Groats.
In 1952 the Queen Mother saw the castle during a stay at the nearby house of Northern Gate on Dunnet Head.
Villagers living close to Dunnet Head on the north coast of Scotland were moved as fears grew about the potentially explosive cargo on board the Multitank Ascania.