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Isles of Scilly Coming over all Scilly

A part of England but not of it, Rosemary Barron finds this sub-tropical archipelago and southernmost point of the UK is in a world of its own

We’re a very small island. We have no choice but to work out how we can survive when the weather turns against us and the boats can’t go out,’ Dom Crees tells me as I admire the view westwards across the Tean Sound from the terrace of his Seven Stones Inn. Dom and his wife Emily fell in love with St Martin’s – one of the five inhabited Isles of Scilly – on their first trip here many years ago. Like everyone here on the islands, they’re highly adaptable. ‘We grow some foods and…

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