TOWAN


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TOWANTactical Oceanography Wide Area Network
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The couple once applied to the Guinness Book of Records to have Towan Island officially recognised as the world's smallest inhabited island.
Towan and his sister, Chinta, born at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo in 1968, were hybrid crosses between the two orang-utan species indigenous to the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, spokeswoman Gigi Allianic said.
Towan Valley opens its doors on May 1 and is located on the North Cornwall coast, in the village of Porthtowan, some 12 miles equidistant between St Ives and Newquay, and only seven miles from Truro.
Situated on Towan Island at the trendy surfing resort of Newquay in Cornwall, the three-bedroom house is on the market for over pounds 750,000.
Named the Cribber - after the treacherous reef at Towan Head, Newquay - it became part of surfing legend in 1966 when Australians Jack Lydgate, Johnny McIlroy and Pete Russell were the first to ride it.
It's situated on Towan Promenade and open from 10am.
Tenders are invited for Maintence work on Raun Towan Portion km.
The plot, the Upton Towans beach, stretching from Hale, near St Ives, to the lighthouse on Godrevy Island, was acquired by a private buyer.
Abbie Livingstone-Nurse suffocated in the sand at Towans Beach near Hayle, Cornwall, on August 14 after she fell into the hole along with her five-year-old brother Joe.
Her older brother was pulled from the pit at Towans Beach near Hayle, Cornwall, in Sunday's incident.
Her older brother, identified locally as five-year-old Joe, was pulled from the pit at Towans Beach near Hayle, Cornwall, in Sunday's incident.
Police said the walls of the 5ft deep hole collapsed, trapping the girl and her older brother as they played on Towans beach, Hayle, Cornwall, yesterday.