Fowey


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Fowey

(fɔɪ)
n
(Placename) 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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Primary schools: - carclaze community primary school, - fowey primary school, - lostwithiel primary school, - luxulyan school, - mevagissey community primary school, - mount charles school, - st mewan community primary school.
Neighbours claim the animal belongs to Todd Dalton, of Great Treverran, near Fowey, Cornwall, who won a legal fight to keep meat-eating animals in his London garden 12 years ago.
This circular walk from Respryn car park takes in fantastic scenery along the River Fowey and through seminatural ancient woodland on the National Trust's Lanhydrock estate.
1 Left over Respryn Bridge, through a kissing gate and take one of two paths to River Fowey.
Among the natural sites that can be seen surrounding it are the Fowey Valley and the river Fowey.
Padstow, Dartmouth, Fowey, St Mawes and Wadebridge in the South West were all on the list of seaside towns with the highest property values, while in Scotland Port Bannatyne, Girvan, Campbeltown, Stranraer, Invergordon and Rothesay were among the least expensive towns.
His father, Derrick, was an auxiliary coastguard in the area but later settled in Cornwall, where he volunteered with the National Coastwatch Institution in Fowey.
Taking the hassle out of holiday hunting, Polruan Cottages are a specialist local company boasting 60 well-appointed self-catering cottages in some of Cornwall's best holiday destinations - Fowey and Polruan - and are dedicated to finding you your ideal holiday accommodation.
These were the other nine Cesar award winners: Family Hotel - Fowey |Hall, Fowey, Cornwall.
But Dawn – now back home in Fowey, Cornwall, said: "ey are not broken, they are fractured.
The suppliers include Colwith Farm in Lostwithiel, who grow the potatoes, Davidstow, Whalesborough Cheese and Cornish Gouda Company, who make the cheeses, Kittows of Fowey, who are supplying the beef skirt and lamb shoulder, Trewithen Dairy, who make the butter and yoghurt, and a collection of Cornish farmers who are growing the swede (or turnip as it is known in Cornwall).