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A to B Cycles

July 18, 2017 By 0 Comment
A to B Cycles

We offer flexible hire periods, value for money and friendly service. We have a selection of both mountain bikes and standard cycles. We currently offer a 10% discount on all advance bookings. Bookings can be made by emailing – bookings@atobcycles.com or telephoning – 01481 832844. We also have Tandems, tag a longs, child seats and trailers to cater for the whole family(pushchairs can be left at the shop). We provide …

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Music from Jersey

July 17, 2017 By 0 Comment
Music from Jersey

A group of 14 young performers from the Jersey Academy of Music were on Sark this weekend and gave two concerts, one at the Seigneurie and one at the new Sanctuary Centre. Their programme included pieces for their six-part flute choir as well as violin, choral and piano pieces and the musicians were aged from 9 to 19. The highlight of both concerts was a delightful performance of ‘Lupin, the…

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Snow White Comes to Sark

July 15, 2017 By 0 Comment
Snow White Comes to Sark

The island’s junior thespians put on two excellent shows this week when Sark School pupils performed Roald Dahl’s play, Snow White and the Seven Jockeys. In this modern take on the classic tale Snow White (Esmée) flees from the huntsman (Finn), sent by her wicked step-mother (Katrina) to kill her, and is taken in by seven penniless jockeys. To repay their kindness, Snow White steals the queen’s talking mirror who…

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Weaving in the Cider Barn

July 13, 2017 By 0 Comment
Weaving in the Cider Barn

The Sark Tapestry Weaving Group held two very successful open days this week in the cider barn. Visitors were invited to try their hand at tapestry weaving either on a piece of their own or by adding a few stitches to one of the three panels that will make up an image of Les Autelets, an on going project started by the group last year. Project organiser Amanda Petrie was…

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The Fabulous Sark Folk Festival

July 3, 2017 By 0 Comment
The Fabulous Sark Folk Festival

The population of Sark was more than trebled this weekend as performers and music lovers gathered for the 8th Sark Folk Festival. More than 50 acts from the Channel Islands, UK and as far afield as America and Australia performed on the four stages and there was also dancing, workshops and children’s entertainment on offer. Food was mostly provided by Sark caterers and included fresh lobster, crab dishes and hot…

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Midsummer Show

June 29, 2017 By 0 Comment
Midsummer Show

The Island Hall has been full of flowers, fruits and wonderful craftwork this week for the Midsummer Show, the first of Sark’s two annual garden and produce competitions. As well as displays of soft fruit, roses, sweet peas and other flowers there were various classes for the island’s school children. As well as making miniature gardens and tiny flower displays, each child entered a craft competition on a set theme….

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More of Sark’s History Unearthed

June 27, 2017 By 0 Comment
More of Sark’s History Unearthed

Residents and visitors gathered at the Cider Barn recently to hear a fascinating talk by eminent archaeologist Sir Barry Cunliffe on this year’s excavations. The team from Oxford, Sark and Guernsey, now in their 14th year of this annual two-week dig, have been continuing their explorations of the Neolithic burial site on Little Sark and exploring areas around the Manoir. Exciting discoveries this year include two mud bricks from Little…

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Magical Creux Belet

June 13, 2017 By 0 Comment
Magical Creux Belet

The footpath that follows Creux Belet valley down to the east side of the Eperquerie has been opened up again, thanks to the huge efforts of local historian Richard Axton. At the top he has uncovered a stone-capped well and other constructions dating back to the brief French occupation of the mid 16th century. Further down the treasures are botanical as the footpath follows the bed of a stream. This…

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Scarecrows Going For Gold

June 9, 2017 By 0 Comment
Scarecrows Going For Gold

In honour of Sark representing the Bailiwick in this year’s Britain in Bloom competition the theme of the scarecrow contest this summer was going for gold. The scarecrow trail competition is now over but the scarecrows are still there to be discovered in the island’s hedgerows and gateways. There are gold diggers and gardeners as well as a pirate outside the HSBC bank and a trio of monks by the…

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Guided Walks on Sark June to October 2017

June 5, 2017 By 0 Comment
Guided Walks on Sark June to October 2017

We are delighted to be able to host such a variety of guided walks throughout the season here on Sark. Please see the poster below for dates and times.  

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