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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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Fowey river is the main focus for many of the activities in the area, including boating, sailing, beaches, fishing and swimming, but there's also many walking trails and cliff paths, all boasting glorious views, as well as National Trust properties.
All the suppliers are based close to Eden and food entrepreneur James and his family live locally, near Fowey.
THE Old Quay House in Fowey, the Good Hotel Guide's Cornish Hotel of the Year, is offering 100 rooms for PS100 per night until the end of February - saving 44%.
The team's most ambitious venture saw a group of 10 staff take to the hills for a 28 mile walk from the Atlantic to the English Channel across Cornwall following the Saint's Way from Padstow to Fowey, which raised [pounds sterling]3,500 alone.
Cornwall is blessed with an abundance of picture perfect fishing villages, and although some have become over commercialised, Fowey, to the south, is a total delight.
Take a few days to relax and unwind at the luxurious Fowey Hall Hotel, sitting in a spectacular location overlooking the sailing and fishing port of Fowey on the south Cornish coast, within its original walled gardens and commanding views of the river estuary and far out to sea.
The 36-year-old has fallen in love with the idea and has made an offer on a place to set up the business near the pretty town of Fowey in Cornwall.
The actor and his wife Shane sail around Britain, beginning in Fowey, Cornwall, heading toward Land's End and into South Wales.
9, followed by Fowey and Rock, both also in Cornwall, at 14.
1) The small village of Polruan, which had just 183 households in mid-century, was part of the larger port of Fowey and was the home port of the ship.
Pat Barron, who runs the club in Fowey, Cornwall, said "jaws hit the floor" when the princes showed up.