Solway Firth

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a large firth on the west coast of Britain between England and Scotland

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But if the people on the Solway coast can forgive (they issued him with a pardon in 1999), then so can Pub Spy.
Hestan Isle, the hide-out of 17th century smugglers, fronts the hotel's view across the Solway coast, while beyond rise the majestic peaks of the Cumbrian Lake District.
But you'd never guess its newness, cut as it is out of the magnificent trees which line its fairways in the shadow of the Galloway Hills close to the pretty village of Gatehouse of Fleet on the Solway Coast.
5) Allonby, Cumbria - long, picturesque rural beach which is part of Solway Coast area of outstanding natural beauty.
Data reported in the Radioactivity in Food and the Environment Report for 2003 show that combined levels (of four radio- nuclides) in all shellfish harvested in an area extending from Kirkcudbright on the North Solway coast as far south as the Ribble Estuary at Preston would exceed the proposed guideline levels.
Kirkcudbright (kir-coo-bree), at the mouth of the River Dee and at the midpoint of the Solway Coast Heritage Trail, earns its reputation as Artists' Town from its strong links with the artistic community, particularly of the West of Scotland.
Award winning Stanwix Park on the Solway Coast. Apts and C/vans for hire,short breaks or longer.
The Solway Coast has inspired a new exhibition at Annan Museum.
6.45am - It's pitch black on the Solway Coast as the last of the kit hampers is loaded on to the team bus at Galabank.
Located on the stunning Solway coast, this pub is packed full of character.
The Tynesider is next in action on August 9 in the Solway Coast Rally.
The average is now said to be pounds 185,376 - pounds 102,557 more than 10 years ago, putting the area second only behind the Solway Coast AONB in Cumbria in terms of price rises.