Isles of Scilly

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an archipelago of small islands off the southwestern coast of England near the entrance to the English Channel

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He joked that it must have been a worry all that time fearing his forces might attack the Scillies any moment.
11 days WAS from PS1189 NOW from just PS899pp Grand British Isles On MV Discovery from Hull on 26 March 2014 This hugely enjoyable circumnavigation of our sceptred isle includes the island outposts of Shetland, Mull, Guernsey and the Scillies, as well as calls at remote Scottish outpost Scrabster, the great cities of Edinburgh, Belfast and Dublin and an inaugural visit to historic Dover, gateway to the beautiful Garden of England.
It comes nearly a year after a similar discount scheme - 5p off a litre of fuel - was offered to some of Britain's island communities, including those on the Scillies.
Included in the price :- Return Flights Newcastle-Bristol 3 night's dinner bed & breakfast at the 4* New Inn, Tresco Shuttle Transfer to Bristol Temple Meads Railway Train to Penzance Skybus flight from Lands End to Scillies Entry to Tresco's Abbey Gardens Single rooms & upgrades available for an additional supplement.
Book by 31 Oct 2012 MS Discovery & MS Marco Polo British Isles Discovery Cruise This wonderful summertime cruise around our 'sceptred isle' also includes the pretty Normandy port of Honfleur and the 'fair city' of Dublin, in addition to some delightful island and mainland calls, with Guernsey, the Scillies, and remote Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides amongst the unforgettable highlights.
Land's End Airport is a core part of our business and we wanted to secure its long-term future, said Jeff Marston, chief executive of the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company which operates the airport and the Skybus service to the Scillies.
He said they had applied to the European Commission for a derogation on fuel duty for remote islands only, including Orkney and Shetland, as well as the Scillies.
The Scillies are notedfor their tranquilityandlaid-backwayof life but there's certainly plenty to do if you're so inclined and a lot of that involves getting on a boat.
The giant box crab was caught 80 miles west of The Scillies at a depth of 60 fathoms (110 metres) by skipper Matthew Keast on his boat Harvest Reaper while fishing for turbot.
Whilst disembarking on your next visit to the Scillies, if you should accidentally bump into a person in uniform tapping the ground with a white stick and cursing in a strange foreign tongue, you have just met their new air traffic controller.
Ever since a ruddy-faced farmer named William Trevelick gathered 30 bunches of daffodils and sent them to London's Covent Garden Market in a hatbox for seven shillings and sixpence in 1870, the Scillies have become dependent on flower exports.
In the most remote part of Cornwall, the Scillies, "the inhabitants .
One thing about the Isles of Scillies flights is that they are not cheap, Southampton return [pounds sterling]270 and even a day trip from Land's End [pounds sterling]90.
The Pink Lady crew have to pass Bishop's Rock Lighthouse on the Scillies by August 23 in order to break the world record for the fastest North Atlantic row from Canada.
British Isles Discovery Cruise 10 days from PS839 Sailing from Tilbury on board Magellan, 3 September 2016 Stornoway on the island of Lewis, and pretty Tobermory on Mull - as well as the lovely Scillies - are among the highlights of this wonderful cruise.