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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The remarkable catalogue stretches from the Naver in the far north of Scotland to the Fowey near Bodmin in the south west of England and there are guide prices to suit many pockets.
1 POLKERRIS BEACH, Fowey A SHELTERED harbour beach in the small village of Polkerris, overlooking St Austell Bay, with a stone quay providing shelter.
NOV 27-29: Head to Fowey for The Cornish Compendium, a mini history and book festival.
VISIT the pretty village of Fowey in Cornwall and get a night free.
Based at St Austell, the 76-strong group spent their time walking the coastal paths to Fowey, Mevagissey, Polperro and Looe, as part of year-long celebrations to mark the club's 100th anniversary.
Bill Carr, second from right, on board the Empire Fowey en route to Malaya fusiliers Bill Carr, of Tonteg, above, has set up a website after he was reunited with his Army colleagues having sent in a snap of himself and fellow soldier Brian Mills reading the Echo in the Malayan jungle in 1954, left
By contrast, at the top end of the seaside price league sits Sandbanks (average pounds 545,000), followed by Padstow (pounds 422,000), Fowey on the south Cornwall coast,(pounds 336,000), Milford-on-Sea (pounds 335,000) and St Mawes.
Even closer are Fowey, St Michael's Mount and Looe Island.
Some houses were flooded in Fishguard and Cardigan in Wales, while in Cornwall more than 30 properties were hit by wind-driven high tides in Looe, Fowey, Mevagissey and Flushing.
Just to the east of St Austell is the picturesque estuary harbour of Fowey featuring one rather spectacular walk over the top of the headland - simply cross by the ferry upstream and return from the harbour to the town by boat.
SIR Mark Prescott must be one of the shrewdest handlers in the racing game and it is hard to look beyond his runner Fowey in the pontins.
Sails from Greenock to L'Orient, St Helier, Fowey, Waterford and returns to Greenock.