Colonsay


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Colonsay

(ˈkɒlənseɪ; -zeɪ)
n
(Placename) an island in W Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides. Area: about 41 sq km (16 sq miles)
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The island of Colonsay is struggling to return to normal after storms put fuel pumps, tills and cash machines out of action.
Over 30% increase in capacity on services to Coll, Tiree and Colonsay.
It is understood Ryan was found in bed yesterday at the house in Colonsay Park.
The film was shot in black and white and the Isle of Kiloran is based on Colonsay.
In mere hours, the Internet exploded with images of and discussions about a bride's mother's dress on the Scottish Isle of Colonsay.
They recorded a 9-1 victory in their last match against Police C when former Colonsay club-mates Wensley and Brenda Buoey fought out the only match to go the distance, the verdict going to the four times Liverpool Closed ladies singles champion, 11-7 in the fifth.
Following the torpedo attack off the Irish coast, the bodies of many victims were washed up on the sands of Colonsay Island, where a memorial was unveiled in 2005.
Music groups Capercaillie and Skerryvore are headlining the festival and the event also features all the best of the area's produce from fresh Loch Fyne oysters, Mull cheese and Colonsay honey to Real Mackay stovies and Arran Auchentoshan whisky.
org SCOTLAND UNTIL MAY 19: Try everything from bread baking to stone carving at the Colonsay Festival of Spring.
For all this, the archaeological narrative is strong, the piecing together of the Mesolithic occupation of Oronsay, Colonsay, Islay, Tiree, Mull and Coll and its connection to the landscape is exemplary and the exposition of the methods used to achieve this is most accessible.
Day Four: Following a morning round of golf at the Colonsay Club, a seaplane will transfer the group to the remote Isle of Skye for lunch at the famous Three Chimneys before continuing to a whisky Master Class at Talisker, the region's sole distillery and one of the most popular expressions in the Classic Malts Selection.
The people of Colonsay in the Hebrides were shocked when news of a sneak-in theft spread across the island.