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Lundy

an island in SW England, in Devon, in the Bristol Channel: now a bird sanctuary. Pop.: 50 (latest est.)
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I have dived all along our NorthWales Coast, Western Scotland Coast and Lundy Island.
Caledonian Travel have a great selection of cruising holidays, giving holidaymakers the chance to see some of the most breathtaking scenery across Britain - with breaks to the Shetland Isles, Oban, Weston-Super-Mare and the Avon Gorge, and Ilfracombe and Lundy Island, from as little as pounds 169.
As part of a new plan to protect England's marine species and habitats, Lundy Island offthe coast of Devon is the first of a network of protection zones to be named.
But, if the rare and unusual wildlife proves elusive, Lundy Island, which marks the boundary between the Bristol Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, can be easily seen from Bursdon Moor and Hartland Point.
Beneath the waves at Britain's only Statutory Marine Reserve around Lundy Island, the summer diving is spectacular, with temperate corals to dazzle you and 137 wrecks to set the pulse racing.
Peter McHugh, Oban-based area manager of NTS, said: 'We used the New Zealand team to deal with a similar problem on Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel.
At Chepstow, Red Carpet can come good in the Lundy Island Maiden Auction Stakes (6.
The distance from here to Lundy Island is 52 miles, which should give a curvature of 1650 feet.
Three times we went to Lundy Island together and Agnes went at least five times on her own.
PADDLE steamer the Waverley will celebrate seven decades since its launch with sailings from Penarth People will be able to enjoy four day trips this September which include visits to Devon, the Holm islands, the Somerset coast and Lundy Island.
we say, as we crest each hill and stare out across the twinkling sea to Lundy Island.