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A Dazzling Easter Starfest

Enjoying views of Jupiter through the new telescope

The weather was perfect over the weekend for the Easter Starfest organised by the Sark Astronomy Society (SAstroS). The event began with a fascinating talk on Good Friday afternoon by Dr Marek Kukula, the Public Astronomer from the Royal Observatory …

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Easter Fun at the Duck Pond

Katie with her lovely cake

  The Beauregard duck pond here on Sark is usually a peaceful place with the occasional visitor stopping by to feed the ducks but this Friday the mallards were in for something of a shock. Around a hundred people gathered …

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Sark is Blooming

Bluebells in Dixcart Valley

The recent spell of mild sunny weather over the last two weeks has transformed Sark as spring has sprung in the most spectacular way. The sides of the lanes and footpaths are bursting with the flowers of Three-cornered Leek , …

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Starry Events Coming Up in Sark

Milky Way above the Gallery Stores

Sark Astronomy Society (SAstroS) has a whole galaxy of events planned over the next couple of weeks. This Wednesday they are holding a quiz at the Island Hall starting at 7.30pm. Teams of up to six are welcome to take …

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Springing Back to Life

Irises beneath the magnolia

Signs of spring are appearing thick and fast here on Sark with the first trees breaking into leaf and the blackthorn and gorse beginning to bloom. The seasonal shops and other businesses are opening their doors and this weekend it’s …

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Fire Crew Congratulated

Nick, Kevin, Robert & Rowan

Three members of Sark’s Fire and Rescue Service were honoured this month for their part in rescuing a man trapped on the cliffs at Grande Grève at night. Crew Commander Rowan Gill free climbed an area of slippery rocks to …

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Sark Watch in Action

Members of Sark Watch on the Eperquerie with head teacher Sarah Cottle

Members of Sark Watch, the island’s junior wildlife group, recently spent the afternoon in search of birds on the Eperquerie Common, the northern tip of Sark and a great place for all sorts of wildlife. Led by wildlife artist Rosie …

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Eyes Down

Reg calling the BINGO!

More than eighty people enjoyed the simple pleasures of bingo this week when Sark Cricket Club held a fund raising evening at the Island Hall. Every table in the downstairs café area was packed with bingo fans of all ages …

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Calendar Total Revealed

Lydia & Sue present their cheque

The Island Hall was packed on Valentine’s night, although the atmosphere was one of celebration rather than romance when photographers Lydia and Sue revealed the total amount raised by their ‘Sark to the Rescue 2014’ calendar. The ‘Calendar Girls’ style …

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Meet Sark’s newest residents.

One of Eugene's lambs at just a day or two old

Despite the terrible weather there are signs of spring appearing all around Sark, not least of all in the fields of sheep farmer Eugene Baker. His ewes started lambing this week and some are already spending the day times outside …

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