Ailsa Craig


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Ailsa Craig

(āl`sə), island, c.1 sq mi (2.6 sq km), off SW Scotland, W of Girvan in the Firth of Clyde; it rises to 1,114 ft (340 m). It has granite quarries and a lighthouse and is a sanctuary for sea birds.
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In 1983 Mr Michael received a promotion to become the principal keeper at Ailsa Craig in the Firth of Clyde, serving for four years before being ordered to proceed to Corsewall near Stranraer.
Never mind the Open Championship in Port Rush make sure you sign up for the Erskine annual golf day and dinner at the luxury Turnberry Resort in South Ayrshire This is a chance to hit a hole in one for ex-servicemen and women, and the prestigious tournament will host 24 four-ball teams to play on the world class Ailsa Championship course that overlooks spectacular views of Arran and Ailsa Craig.
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Visit chewtonglen.com 3 GLENAPP CASTLE, BALLANTRAE AT this 19th-century Scottish baronial 'castle' you can take afternoon tea in the drawing room or library, gazing out to Ailsa Craig, then explore the Italian garden.
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UNTIL OCTOBER 19: Go for a cruise from Glasgow aboard the famous Paddle Steamer Waverley and visit the seaside resort of Ayr or cruise around the island nature reserve Ailsa Craig. Adults PS25, children PS12.50 waverleyexcursions.co.uk
IF stunning, wide-reaching views over Caswell Bay and a stylish modern home with a pool are on your shopping list, Ailsa Craig is a blessing indeed.
Learning his intricate guitar techniques at a school in Cuba, Mulvey creates some beautiful sounds here with stand out tracks including the heart-warming April and haunting Ailsa Craig. With echos of Warwickshire folk legend Nick Drake mixed with elements of hip hop, this album just gets better the more you listen.