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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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Moths Galore

Rosie and members of Sark Watch set up moth traps

The island’s junior wildlife group, Sark Watch, has been busy again this month continuing their studies of local natural history. Now that the days are getting much longer they have been out and about in the evenings looking for wildlife …

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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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A promising start to the tourism season on Sark

Sark Folk Festival visitors land on Sark

The broadcast of series two of ‘An Island Parish’ on BBC 2 seems to have had a significant impact on visitor enquiries and bookings for accommodation. Sark Visitor Officer Karen Adams reports an unprecedented increase in requests for the Sark …

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Aladdin Returns


Sark Theatre Group is showing the film version of their recent pantomime Aladdin at the Island Hall next Tuesday for anyone who missed the performances in January or who would just like to see this excellent production again. This is …

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The Guillemots Are Back


It’s always a sure sign of spring when the migratory seabirds return to their breeding sites around the coast of Sark and in the last few days good numbers of guillemots have arrived on Les Autelets, a rock stack near …

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Double Jumbling


March has been a bumper month for jumble fans with two sales within a fortnight. The first was organised by Sark’s Jumble Queen Zoe Adams and raised almost four hundred pounds for Sark’s Pennies From Heaven charity that helps islanders …

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Events for Lent

St Peter’s Church getting a helping hand from the crane

The island’s Churches are busy this month in the run up to Easter. Sark Methodist Chapel has an exhibition called ‘Walk the Way of the Cross this Lent’ that runs until the 27th of March. Visitors can “visit the key …

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Hunting Bugs & Moths

Yasmin with an Earl Grey Moth

The island’s junior natural history group Sark Watch has been busy over the last week having turned their attention to insects. With the help of local wildlife artist Rosie Guille, they set up a moth trap for two nights running …

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