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More acts announced for award winning Sark Folk Festival

SETH LAKEMAN 2011 - BR12 (c) Tim Young

  Sark Folk Festival organisers have released details of a number of acts for this year’s festival. This news is announced as Sark Folk Festival wins a national award for Best Festival 2013. The festival, which is already a sell-out, …

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End of an Era


  A new phase in Sark’s changing system of government began recently with the splitting of the dual role of Seneschal. Originally established in 1675, the role combined both the island’s judge and a non-voting chairman of Sark’s government, Chief …

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Pam and Fred


  Dave Scott’s pet lamb Persil may have stolen the show in the first series of BBC Two’s An Island Parish, but this spring there’s a new woolly character on the island. Rossford De Carteret’s lamb Fred was born at …

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Victorian-style Lessons


  The last week before spring half term was Literacy Week at Sark School and the theme this year was the Victorians. The children studied Victorian authors and other prominent people of the era including Queen Victoria herself. On Friday …

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Historic repairs on L’Eperquerie


  The work of volunteers to uncover the walls of the 16th Century promontory fort on L’Eperqurie Common has been continuing and now the full extent of the fortifications can clearly be seen. Further to the north, stonemasons have been …

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Lent Lunches


St Peter’s Church is holding Lent Lunches every Tuesday between 12.30 and 2pm between now and Easter. Delicious homemade soup and bread is served in the newly renovated vicarage for a donation of just £3.  Pictures by Sue Daly, from …

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Signs of Spring


  After a long, cold winter that has seen snow, deluges of rain and icy blasts of east wind, there are finally a few glimmers that spring is on its way. Sheep farmer Rossford has had lambs for several weeks …

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Coming soon


Sark Singers are now meeting every Monday night at the Hall at 7pm to rehearse for their concert in May. singers are always welcome. On 9th March at 2pm there is a jumble sale at the Island Hall and Friends …

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