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Fowey,

England: see Saint AustellSaint Austell
, town (1991 pop. 36,639), Cornwall, SW England, at the mouth of the Fowey River on St. Austell Bay. China clay (discovered there c.1755) is produced and exported, and tourism and fishing are important. The Eden Project has indoor and outdoor horticultural displays.
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Fowey

a resort and fishing village in SW England, in Cornwall, linked administratively with St Austell from 1968 to 1974. Pop.: 2064 (2001)
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TELEGRAPH ON TOUR: Members of Coventry CHA Rambling Club pose with their Telegraphs (above) at the Eden Project, during their tour of Cornwall and (left) some of the members pause for a break by the River Fowey and (top) members of the group singing "A policeman's lot is not a happy one" from the Pirates of Penzance
Fowey also boasts some lovely pubs and coffee shops.
Prescott's yard has been in good form over the past couple of months and with significant improvement expected from her debut, Fowey should be hard to beat.
TRENYTHON MANOR: The hotel and spa near Fowey, Cornwall, is the ideal base for exploring the county's 36 gardens and parks.
The superb fishing stretching from the Naver in the far north of Scotland to the Fowey in the south of England is at rentals to suit all pockets, with guide prices ranging from pounds 10 to pounds 1250.
UNDER pounds 300 VISIT the pretty village of Fowey in Cornwall and get a night free.
Take a return boat trip between the ancient maritime towns of Fowey and Polruan, across the Fowey Estuary, in Daphne du Maurier country.
Fowey itself is a historic port with narrow streets and alleys dotted with galleries and shops and some great waterfront pubs.
4-star Fowey Hall Hotel, two-night mini break from pounds 63.
In tonight's programme, the couple begin the first leg of the journey in Fowey, Cornwall, heading toward Land's End and on to South Wales.
We set sail from Southampton W on a troop ship called Empire Fowey and arrived in Singapore 23 days later, being the first troop ship through the Suez Canal after the Suez Crisis.
Lying third in terms of rises was the Cornish fishing village of Fowey, where property prices increased by a fifth during the year to pounds 343,000.