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The Grand Autumn Show


The very best of Sark’s gardening, creative and domestic skills were on display this week at the Grand Autumn Show, the largest of two of the island’s annual flower and produce extravaganzas. There were 134 classes including those for preserves, …

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Mystery Solved

The cast & director Emma

The Island Hall was packed on Saturday night for Sark Theatre Group’s murder mystery play, Dig in for Murder, which was directed by Emma Fawson. The action was set the evening before the annual summer fete where tensions were rising …

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A fishy Tale…

Peter with some of the young seahorses

Peter Guille had a strange surprise when he was out fishing this week off the Blanchard Reef when he noticed a live seahorse in the mouth of a pollack he caught. He removed the seahorse and put it back in …

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Murder Mystery Comes to Sark


Sark Theatre Group have a new offering this Saturday with a murder mystery play. The action takes place on the patio of Fenton Manor the night before the fete. Tensions rise as final preparations for tomorrow’s events become fractious and …

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Visiting Sark – Planning Your Trip And Things to Do

Wild Flower Walk - east route

The compact, rugged beauty of Sark has been gaining more attention over recent years, thanks in part to the ‘dark skies’ status the island now enjoys, meaning it’s one of the best places in the world to view the night sky …

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Giving Thanks for the Sea

Local fundraisers with the Bailiff & members of the RNLI

The annual all-faith sea service was held at Creux Harbour this Sunday with over a hundred residents and visitors joining the congregation. The St Peter Port lifeboat Spirit of Guernsey and the Flying Christine ambulance boat also attended tying up …

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Butterfly Heaven

Holly Blue Butterfly on Sark

It’s been a good year so far for butterflies and the most common ones on the wing at the moment are the Holly Blues. These small butterflies love Heather and with both Bell and Ling Heather in flower at the …

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Putting on a Show

A winning jump for Gabby on Kerry

After weeks of almost endless sunshine the weather very nearly cancelled Sark’s annual Horse, Dog and Pet Show after the island was hit by gale force winds and heavy rain from the tail end of hurricane Bertha. However, the start …

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Sark commemorates 100 years since the outbreak of WWI

Candlelit Vigil at St Peter's Church

There was a series of events held yesterday on Sark to commemorate the start of The Great War. At 11 o’clock there was a very well attended all-faiths Church Service at St. Peters Church, during which the names of Sark …

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Dolphins Delight

Play time!

  A group of bottlenose dolphins has been delighting both visitors and locals here in Sark for the last month. They have mostly been seen around the east coast and have sometimes escorted the island’s ferries from the Bec du …

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