Lundy Island, area 9.7km, lies at the entrance to the Bristol Channel, 19km north-west of Hartland Point. There is a small permanent population, usually about 11, plus visitors in summer.
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History, St Helena church records, census, genealogical information, and amp of the island from 1850.
Landmark Trust: Lundy Island
Promotion as a holiday destination by ferry, offering over twenty holiday units renovated from existing buildings. Includes history, educational resources, wildlife, travel timetable, map, day trip options, snorkel safaris and other activities.
Lundy, Isle of Avalon from Mystic Realms.
Lundy Field Society
Official site for the organisation dedicated to study and conservation. Overview of the island, with history, books, publication of reports, archive of proceedings of a conference held in 2007, resources with alphabetical index, donations, and membership details.
Photographs and statistics for rock climbing on the island.
History and information on living and working on Lundy Island. Includes articles on mythology and shipwrecks,
The National Trust: Lundy
Information about this unspoilt island with information about opening times, travel and facilities.
BBC News: Bowsers Bail Out Rain-Starved Lundy Island
Report that four water bowsers are on their way to help secure supplies after a prolonged dry spell. (July 30, 2016)
Fishing ban brings seas to life
The BBC reports that five years without fishing around Lundy Island have led to revival of its lobsters and other sea life. (July 16, 2008)
Last update:October 4, 2016 at 6:24:04 UTC