Tiree

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Tiree

(taɪˈriː)
n
(Placename) an island off the W coast of Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides. Pop: 770 (2001). Area: 78 sq km (30 sq miles)
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The journey from his home in Balemartine on the Isle of Tiree will be documented by the team behind Baftawinning documentary Marty Goes to Hollywood.
Surfing is a family affair for Ben, who lives on the isle of Tiree and takes to the water almost every day, right through till November.
In January this year one of the females, named Lulu, died after being stranded near the Isle of Tiree.
Hailing from the Isle of Tiree, she started her career in marketing consultancy companies in the North East before moving into the software industry.
For sale online: pounds 170,000 Three-bedroom detached house in Heanish, Isle Of Tiree, Argyll, Scotland.
A young Kemp's ridley turtle washed up dead on a beach at Llanon, Ceredigion, West Wales, earlier this month - just days after an older specimen was found on the Isle of Tiree in Scotland's Inner Hebrides.
The band formed in 2005 on the Isle of Tiree in Scotland's Inner Hebrides.
She was sold to show judge Patrick Boyd, who has a 20-head herd of pedigree Salers based on the Isle of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides.
There's An Turas on the Hebri-dean isle of Tiree, and Sammy's Point on Humberside.
Perhaps the most isolated location represented in the new stamps is a ferry shelter located on the Hebridean Isle of Tiree.
GP Margaret Ann Rous, 37, and structural engineer David, 28, of Newport-on-Tay, were flying from Dundee to spend the weekend with family on the isle of Tiree.
David and Margaret Ann Rous were flying from Dundee to be with family on the Isle of Tiree, Inner Hebrides, when the PA28 Piper Cherokee light aircraft came down on Saturday afternoon.