Land's End

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Land's End,

promontory, Cornwall, SW England, forming the westernmost extremity of the English mainland. Of wave-carved granite, it has cliffs c.60 ft (20 m) high. Offshore are reefs and rocky islets, on one of which is Longships Lighthouse. Land's End is a major tourist attraction.
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Land’s End

the southwestern tip of Britain. [Geography: Misc.]
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With the aim of raising PS10,000, he finished in Land's End on Tuesday following a number of crash-landings, engine failures and sleepless nights.
Children from Coxhoe Primary School with a map of their Big Run from Land's End to John O'Groats
"It's brilliant that their novel take on the John O'Groats to Land's End challenge has brought them a Guinness World Record, and I hope it stands the test of time."
The 55-year-old set off from Land's End, Cornwall, on Tuesday last week and plans to arrive at John O' Groats, in the far north of Scotland, on Saturday, September 10.
A GROUP of friends have conquered a 300-mile challenge from Coventry to Land's End and raised more than PS7,000 for charity.
The group said there was a small increase in revenue at the Land's End landmark, which is visited by more than 500,000 people each year, following a PS240,000 investment at the Land's End hotel and refurbishment of the First & Last Inn.
Brenda Dawe drove a JCB from John O'Groats to Land's End for three cancer charities and dropped in at Asda's South Bank store.
AWELSH adventurer has completed the longest sea kayak voyage in UK history - as she battles to become the first person to travel from Land's End to John O'Groats in a straight line.
The iconic Land's End to John O' Groats journey - known as the LEJOG or JOGLE - might look daunting on paper, yet it remains an incredibly popular challenge.
According to Sport24, Conway took 135 days to swim 900 miles (1 450 kilometres) up the west coast of Britain from Land's End, the southwest tip of England, to John O'Groats.