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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From dress-up to reading and painting to sandcastle building, the youngsters have a great time at the nursery in Colonsay Road.
Staff at the Marine Harvest salmon farm at Colonsay were surprised when the fish, normally associated with warmer waters, appeared.
Keith, 70, who took over the mail run on Colonsay in 1985, has gone into semi-retirement.
The country also has a variety of year round gin themed attractions, including a gin retreat on the Hebridean haven of Colonsay, a gin school in Aberdeenshire and its own gin trail.
She begins on Scotland's windswept Inner Hebrides, exploring the sparsely populated Gigha, Jura, Colonsay and Oronsay over the course of a week.
Hebridean Air Services offers scheduled air services on behalf of the Argyll and Bute Council from Oban Airport servicing the islands of Coll, Colonsay, Islay, and Tiree.
The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS), a producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients, is idling its Colonsay, Saskatchewan potash mine for the remainder of 2016.
We are giving away a barbecue, a case of Colonsay Brewery beer, a Scotch Kitchen recipe book and a PS100 voucher to be used at a Scotch Butchers Club member.
The tiny island of Colonsay has a hotel, bunkhouse and a few cottages - and gorgeous beaches.
It is understood Ryan was found in bed yesterday at the house in Colonsay Park.
Adolphe, Manitoba, and Colonsay and Pasqua, Saskatchewan.
In mere hours, the Internet exploded with images of and discussions about a bride's mother's dress on the Scottish Isle of Colonsay.