Lundy is an English island in the Bristol Channel. It forms part of the district of Torridge in the county of Devon. In 1969, Lundy was purchased by British millionaire Jack Hayward, who donated it to the National Trust. It is managed by the Landmark Trust, a conservation charity that derives its income from day trips and holiday lettings. As of 2007, the island had a population of 28. Lundy is part of the electoral ward of Clovelly.
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