Clovelly


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Clovelly

a village in SW England, in Devon on the Bristol Channel: famous for its steep cobbled streets: tourism, fishing. Pop.: 500 (latest est.)
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The author Charles Kingsley lived in Clovelly as a child and returned many times as an adult, staying in what is now known as Kingsley Cottage.
Clovelly Bay was last seen when lining up in an amateurs' event at Doncaster late last month, when he just kept on at one pace for third place.
The Westward Ho project will complement new storage and logistics infrastructure currently being built in the St James and Clovelly, Louisiana, areas, Shell said.
We love Clovelly and thought it would be a cool place to get married," the Daily Star quoted Mik, from Kidlington, Oxon as saying.
NEWS of the Clovelly Farms dispersal, revealed on racingpost.
See rescued baby lobsters being released into Clovelly Bay by the National Lobster Hatchery and enjoy the Clovelly Lobster and Crab feast - a celebration of North Devon fishing culture.
Filmed in Clovelly in Devon, it features a John West fisherman delivering the new products to e village.
But now Mr Eastman, who operates a diving business out of Clovelly,north Devon,has discovered the engines are not the same.
Clovelly, North Devon, England, is remarkable, if not unique, among English villages.