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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Jim Lindop, 60, and 61-year-old wife Angela had just four weeks to plan the fairytale wedding on Ailsa Craig in Ayrshire.
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.
Trip highlights included: Overhearing two of the Ailsa Craig Tartan Army telling locals to visit their stunning island; smiling police closing a street in St Julian's when more than 100 kilties were playing keepie-uppie with a large beach ball (so many sliding tackles on show my eyes were burning); the chant, "There's only one Andy Murray" during a flat bit in the match; ever-brilliant DJ Tam Coyle blasting out "Donald, where's your troosers?
Easy Terms won the Cumberland Plate for us and also won at York, and Ailsa Craig won six," he said.
At 80% field capacity highest leaf areas were recorded for the tomato genotypes Ailsa Craig and Pusa Ruby whereas the reverse was true for Ratan and L.
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.
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.
Traditional Alicante, Ailsa Craig and Moneymaker remain popular though hybrids like Shirley give a heavier crop and better virus resistance.
Now, after successfully using decoys in Ailsa Craig in Scotland, the RSPB hopes to tempt them back.
Sungold and Ailsa Craig are not far behind, along with that once top dog, Moneymaker.