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Win A Day Sailing Trip For 10 In Cornwall
Step aboard Anny of Charlestown, a traditional 1930s Topsail Schooner for a private group day sailing experience exploring Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, as a group of family and friends, after months apart. Charlestown Harbour is a UNESCO World H
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Becoming An Islander
Three years ago, when Jenny Stewart was still living and working in London, she couldn’t have imagined how much a decision to relocate would reshape her life. She’d been working in marketing for 10 years, while her husband Alex was a pilot for Britis
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More Than A Swim
British brand More than Swim is making waves in sustainable fashion. Founded by designer Sandra Palmer, the range comprises ethically made swimsuits and bikinis to fit and flatter all body sizes. Made using eco-friendly inks, each swimsuit is cut to
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Coast
coastmagazine.co.uk coast is published by Kelsey Publishing Ltd, The Granary, Downs Court, Yalding Hill, Yalding, Kent, ME18 6AL coast.ed@kelsey.co.uk EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: ALEX FISHER Art Editor: Helen Blunt Chief Sub-Editor: Anne-Claire Heels
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10 HOMES to BUY BESIDE the SEA
Firthside House is a grand Scottish mansion in a fabulous location overlooking the Moray Firth. See 1 overleaf Previous page: Firthside House is a grand Scottish mansion in a fabulous location overlooking the Moray Firth. Dating from 1885, it is remi
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Seadogs
The Barn at Fernlea, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire This converted 1800s barn is in a private spot close to Lytham St Annes, so it’s ideal for exploring the Fylde Coast and the lovely Lancashire countryside – and of course for those who love their golf.
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My Coast
I grew up in Swansea and first discovered Rhossili (pictured) when we went on family caravan holidays there in summer. It was full of birds, with flocks of up to 100 goldfinches and choughs – called 'red crows' in Wales – as well as breeding guillemo
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Reefs what To Expect…
Reefs create a space for a variety of sea life to thrive, ranging from tiny plankton to large porpoises and everything in between. Despite lacking the colourful coral commonly found in the shallow seas of tropical climates, Britain does have a deep-w
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Hot Hotel
WHAT’S THE BUZZ? As hotels reopen and we venture out into the world of travel again, the combination of a luxury hotel with beautiful self-catering cottages at the Cary Arms offers the perfect solution to those who want to maintain some social distan
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Sands Of Speed
A state-of-the-art hostel with sea views, dune gardens and an adventure play area are all part of the new Sands of Speed Museum set to open this autumn on Pendine, the second longest beach in Wales. The £7m museum will replace the original Museum of
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Lifting The Spirits
Lewis Mackenzie takes a few deep breaths before he starts work in the morning. He fills his lungs with fresh Outer Hebridean air and then plunges into the sea kelp forest off the coast of Tarbert, the harbour town and business hub of the Isle of Harr
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The Crew
For a mercifully short time Kevin was a professional cricketer who became chief staff writer of Punch magazine. His humour, travel, lifestyle and food and drink articles appear in publications worldwide. He has visited most of the UK’s islands and be
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10 ISLAND HOMES For Sale
Seacliffe Cottage sits in an elevated spot in the tranquil hamlet of Dippen, near Whiting Bay. See 1 overleaf Previous page: Built around 1800, Seacliffe Cottage occupies an elevated spot in the hamlet of Dippen on the south-east corner of Arran. As
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Skomer
The island of Skomer lies off the coast of Pembrokeshire and is the only MCZ (Marine Conservation Zone) in Wales. Famous for its incredible seabird colonies, the island’s many birds need food and their meals can be found underwater in an environment
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Coastal Discovery The Reef
William Thomson FRGS is author/illustrator of The Book of Tides and founder of Tidal Compass (tidalcompass.com) For such a simple word, the ‘reef’ is an extraordinarily varied tidal environment. Defined by the International Hydrographic Dictionary as
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10 Best paradise Island Escapes
Ever dream of staying on your own secluded island? The Isle of Carna is an historic 600-acre oasis, home to otters, eagles, orchids and just three houses. While there are no sandy beaches, family-run Carna House (sleeping 8) and Carna Cottage (sleepi
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Beachcomber
Perfect for outdoor dining, these fish-inspired napkins and placemats will add a stylish edge to a coast-themed dinner party. Cinque Terre table runner, £50; set of 4 Cinque Terre placemats, £50; set of 4 Cinque Terre napkins, £50 (ellelyne.com) ■
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Gallery Of The Month
Aged 50, Richard Prentice knew he had reached a ‘now or never’ moment to try and achieve a lifelong dream of becoming a ceramicist. His tiny gallery, a beautifully restored 19th-century chemist’s in Saundersfoot, is proof that dreams can come true. H
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His Coastal Wardrobe
Get into your holiday stride with a selection of clothes and accessories to float you through high summer, chosen by fashion stylist Polly Banks
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Catch Of The Day
The perfect gadget when adding zing to salads and cocktails this summer, this stainless steel squeezer makes juicing citrus fruits a doddle. Designed by Rick Stein, it comes in a set of two (£10, uniqueandunity.co.uk). Squirrel away sweeties in this
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Going With The Flow
It’s sultry summertime on the Western Yar River in Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, and while egrets, oystercatchers and curlew hunt for shrimps and shellfish, a stand-up paddleboard session unites a group of yogis. Island-based Jenny Stewart, co-found
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Scent To Soothe The Soul
Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be beautiful or believe to be useful, the 19th-century designer William Morris famously said. And if there is one thing we have all learned over the past year it’s the importance of those little thi
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Boathouse Bolthole
Framed by evergreen pines and dark wooden balustrades, the view from the deck of Miranda Gardiner’s South Devon boathouse changes as the tide ebbs and flows. A private path leads down to the shingly foreshore of Bowcombe Creek, part of an AONB that’s
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Islands Special
A decade ago, Nuala Grandcourt started making a simple salad dressing in the kitchen of her cottage in Gurnard on the Isle of Wight. Using locally produced rapeseed oil, it was a real hit with people and encouraged her to devise other dressings, driz
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Islands Of Hope
One afternoon, while overlooking the majestic Sound of Jura from his home on the Argyll coast, marine volunteer John Aitchison took out a telescope to watch for harbour porpoises. Over an hour-and-a-half, the award-winning wildlife filmmaker and chai
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Sustainable Seafood
‘I’ve travelled and cooked around the globe and Britain’s south coast fishery is the best in the world. At Brixham harbour in Devon, boats land 40 to 50 wild caught species every day,’ says renowned chef, Mitch Tonks, who buys produce from Brixham Fi
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Dish Of The Month
• Dover Sole, skin and outer scales removed (Alternatively use Megrim or Plaice)• Flour for dusting• Sunflower oil• 200g Cornish butter, cut into small cubes• 2 tbsp nonpareille capers• 50g brown shrimps• 2 tbsp dried Nori seaweed, crumbled to a powd
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MAKING the MOVE
With wonderful views overlooking sweeping St Austell Bay, The Courtyard at Duporth is ideally located for exploring the South Cornwall coastline. For starters, it’s less than a mile from the UNESCO World Heritage village of Charlestown, a china clay
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