Mull of Galloway


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Mull of Galloway

(găl`əwā), headland, 239 ft (73 m) high, Dumfries and Galloway, SW Scotland, the southernmost extremity of Scotland, on the southern tip of the Rhinns of Galloway.
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The charity completed a community buyout of the Mull of Galloway in 2013 which is described as Scotland's most southerly point.
There must be tons of rubbish all the way up from the Mull of Galloway to Portpatrick.
r s y he e Christian Lewis was making his way through the Mull of Galloway to Portpatrick when he spotted the bottle washed up on a cliffside.
Nathan Liam Malcolm had a great few days at the Mull of Galloway, taking at least 20 pollock in the 2-4lb range, three around 5lb, and Nathan with the best at 7lb on lures, along with bass to 2.
Atlantis earlier in the year acquired Marine Current Turbines from Siemens AG, which comprised lease deals on two further tidal development sites in the Mull of Galloway and Brough Ness with a combined 130MW capacity.
Nearby is the Mull of Galloway nature reserve where thousands of sea birds nest in the cliffs in spring and summer.
Stephen, 62, got his onesie on to back our Centenary Fund fun day at the Mull of Galloway lighthouse on Scotland's most southerly point.
The centre, which covers waters from the Point of Ayr on the Dee Estuary through Merseyside, Morecambe and South Cumbria, all the way up to the Mull of Galloway, is to close later this year with the loss of up to 20 jobs.
Over three days we just scratched the surface of what's on offer, but there are botanical gardens nearby, the Mull of Galloway, and numerous harbours, coves and bays to explore.
These charters usually operate out of the Mull of Galloway, Scotland's most southerly point, but early in the year they head up to Oban for the massive common skate that frequent the area.
He developed atrial fibrillation and by the time he was discharged he was in cardiac failure, which wasn't successfully controlled until intervention by their local GP in the tiny village they live in on the Mull of Galloway.
The Liverpool station in Crosby currently covers an area from Queensferry to the Mull of Galloway on a 24-hour-a-day basis.