Sunday Telegraph GK crossword

Last one and I have no idea what it is.

2 down: Tin mining district, especially one in Cornwall. 8 letters. S.a.n..y

Many thanks. Ann
14:57 Sun 18th Mar 2012
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2d Stannary
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Gosh, that was quick!! Thank you both. I can now post my weekend crosswords. I live in hope of maybe winning one day!

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