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 Clovelly round garden table, four chairs and parasol, brown and beige
Clovelly is owned by the descendants of the Hamlyn family, who charge an entrance fee and take care of its appearance - last year it won a Britain in Bloom gold.
The author Charles Kingsley lived in Clovelly as child and wrote Westward Ho!
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.
NOVEMBER 15 The beautiful village of Clovelly in North Devon falls for the herring at a one-day festival celebrating the Silver Darling of the Sea.
(1) ay at the village Devon's annual Clovelly Herring Festival is taking place on Sunday at the village harbour between 10am and 4pm.
Westward Ho will also have access to the oil hub at Clovelly, Louisiana, the delivery point of Mars Sour crude oil, another popular grade with US Gulf Coast refiners.
About 20 guests in full pirate gear, including muskets and cutlasses, turned out to see the couple dressed as Cap'n Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann get spliced at Clovelly, a famed smugglers' haunt in Devon.
NEWS of the Clovelly Farms dispersal, revealed on racingpost.
But now Mr Eastman, who operates a diving business out of Clovelly,north Devon,has discovered the engines are not the same.