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Raising funds for an Observatory

Oliver and Annie

Last Friday, Annie Dachinger and her son Oliver, who is a talented composer and pianist, performed in the Board Room at the Hall to raise money for the proposed SAstroS observatory. Oliver played a mixture of his own compositions – …

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La Sablonnerie Hotel wins award

La Sablonnerie award

Elizabeth has been in London receiving a prestigious award from the Good Hotel Guide, as one of the best Romantic Hotels. Congratulations! Elizabeth says “I was quite emotional. I did not expect it. There were some pretty amazing places, but it’s …

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Another Busy Weekend

Marek giving his talk

Once again there were all sorts of events taking place on Sark last weekend with a choice of events on offer from live music, an island-wide litter pick and a talk by one of the world’s leading astronomers. The music …

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International Success for Rosie

La Coupee from Pilcher Monument

Sark artist Rosanne Guille has had two of her paintings selected for the highly esteemed Royal Miniature Society’s annual exhibition. Rosanne, who studied at the Royal College of Art, specialises in watercolour paintings of Sark’s wildlife and landscapes. This is …

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Jumble Fever

Brisk business on the cake stall

Zoe Adams and her team of helpers held a jumble sale at the Island Hall recently and raised almost six hundred pounds for the British Red Cross. As ever a queue of keen jumblers had formed outside before the doors …

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A Fairy-tale Wedding

Grace and Robert

After a damp and blustery start to Saturday morning here on Sark the clouds cleared in the afternoon in plenty of time for the wedding of Robert Furnell and local girl Grace Nicolle in St Peter’s Church. Grace is the …

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Giving Thanks for Pets & Other Animals

The congregation & their freshly blessed animals

St Peter’s church hosted the year’s most unusual service this Sunday in the form of Sark’s annual Thanksgiving for Pets and Animals. Organised by ‘Churches Together in Sark’, the congregation brought along pets of all shapes and sizes including dogs, …

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An Eventful Weekend

Peter Plummer

The last weekend of September was a busy one here on Sark with three events taking place. On Saturday morning Gemma Knight and her team of helpers and bakers held a coffee, cake and raffle morning and raised £160.50 for …

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Market Day in the Avenue

Q

Sark’s second Street Market of the year filled up the whole of the Avenue on Sunday, with 35 stalls selling tasty food, gifts, books, beauty products and all manner of assorted objects d’art! Trading was brisk, despite the cancellation of …

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Sark Bike Race

Kristina keeping up with the boys

Sark Sports Club held a bike race with a difference recently with their annual bike race. Not only did their race start and end with a drink in a pub but the competitors had to drink a pint at each …

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