rspb reserve

from the telegraph

Theresa May | Cultural picks

Last book you read?

Maigret and the Man on the Bench by Georges Simenon.

Last thing you watched on TV?

Strictly Coming Dancing. Debbie McGee is a constituent.

Last song that got stuck in your head?

Queen of the Night from The Magic Flute.

Last memorable meal?

A nice Italian for our wedding anniversary.

Last enjoyable walk?

An RSPB reserve in North Wales.

Another before I go sleep more tomorrow with the lighthouse!

Ailsa Craig became an RSPB nature reserve in spring 2004 - securing the future of one Britain’s most important and impressive seabird colonies, including 40,000 pairs of breeding gannets. The 104 hectare site, lying 10 miles off the coast of Ayrshire, boasts cliffs hundreds of feet high which provide high-rise nesting tenements for a host of spectacular seabirds