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STOCKS HOTEL, SARK JOINS “CHÂTEAUX & HÔTELS COLLECTION

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Stocks Hotel is delighted to announce their membership of the Châteaux & Hôtels Collection. This is the French leader of independent charming hotels and gourmet restaurants and gives Stocks Hotel a greater presence in the increasingly important French market for …

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Seth Lakeman confirmed for Sark Folk Festival 2013

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Sark Folk Festival organisers have announced the first major act for the 2013 festival: Mercury-nominated singer-songwriter, and virtuoso fiddler, Seth Lakeman. This news is announced as Sark Folk Festival is nominated for a national award. The festival, which is already …

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Clos de Saignie

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Clos de Saignie is a single storey wood shingle house on the West Coast just north of the Seigneurie. The house sits in a quiet green field position above Saignie Bay. The house sleeps up to 8 people in 2 …

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Sark Olympics

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2013 got off to a flying start in true Sark style when Dave Cocksedge and PJ ran an Olympic style three-day event with a difference – most notably in that it took place in a morning and people took the …

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A Second Helping of Island Parish

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  All of those who enjoyed the last series of ‘An Island Parish’ will be pleased to hear that the BBC has commissioned a second series based in Sark. They were delighted with the viewing figures of over two million …

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Christmas Eve in Sark

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The highlight of the festive season for many in Sark is Christmas Eve when islanders wander the length of the Avenue enjoying mine pies and a tipple or two in the shops and other businesses. It’s a lovely time to …

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The Knitivity

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On Friday 21st December the mystery of the knitted sheep that have appeared all around the island was finally solved when Karen Le Mouton held the ‘Knitivity’ service at Sark’s Methodist Chapel. The sheep were placed in shops windows, the …

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School Carol Concert

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On the 19th of December it was the turn of the older students from Sark School to perform their carol concert. They told the Christmas story through the eyes of the three wise men, played by Lauren, Sam and Kai. …

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Lighting Up the Avenue

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As darkness fell on December 13th excitement mounted in the Avenue as crowds gathered to watch the Christmas lights being switched on. Carols from Sark School Choir, mince pies and mulled wine added to the festive atmosphere as everyone waited …

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Infants’ Nativity

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  The students of Class One performed a charming nativity play at the Methodist Chapel on 13th December, much to the delight of the friends and family in the audience. ‘Out of the Darkness’ told the Christmas story in words …

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