West Country


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

West Country

the. the southwest of England, esp Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset
References in periodicals archive ?
This was a day when West Country trainers ruled, but it was an absent West Country trainer and his wife who deservedly stole the headlines when Robert Alner's other half welcomed in a winner on her first day's racing since her husband's horrific car crash.
West Country Cheddar with Gaymer's Orchard Reserve Stewley cider and real Chunks of Braeburn Apple is an innovation to be introduced in the British-blended cheese.
The keen skier and musician was born in the West Country, studied theology at Birmingham University and, at 45-years-old, is one of the youngest bishops in the country.
Part of the Scenery: A Celebration of Life in the West Country, by Mary Wesley with photographs by Kim Sayer (Bantam Press, pounds 20)
Trebah and Glendurgan gardens, both cleverly landscaped, lie in sheltered ravines dropping down to the sea near Falmouth, while near St Austell the recently- restored 'lost' gardens of Heligan have become one of the West Country's most popular attractions.
The switch began in 2005 with 20% of the UK now converted - the Border region, the West Country, Wales, the North West and the West Country.
In December, a lorry was trapped in a country lane for four days after the driver's sat-nav sent him on a West Country road that was too narrow.
Two trainers in County Durham and one apiece in Worcestershire, the west country, the Borders and Kent shared 363 winners between them that term.
The New Year marks an exciting time for Brittons of Devon, one of the West Country's five most popular ranges of frozen and chilled pastry products.
The baker wants to increase the number it supports in South Wales and the West Country to six during 2005, and 100 across Britain.: Best-sellers at Greggs shops in South Wales and the West Country:1.
Originally from Denbigh,he started his 12 year legal career in London and most recently worked for DLA in Sheffield and West Country firm Foot Anstey Sargent.
THE cider capital of Britain has moved from the West Country to Tyneside, says a new survey.

Full browser ?