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Parlour Apt. Clos De La Tour

October 10, 2019 By 0 Comment
Parlour Apt. Clos De La Tour

Parlour Apt. at Clos de la Tour Set in the centrally located yet quiet, secluded gardens of Clos de la Tour the 4 star, gold award winning PARLOUR APARTMENT is close to The Avenue, most beaches, cliff paths and local eateries. Visit our website at www.closdelatour.gg for more details and photographs, or to book online. Situated on the ground floor of the original granite cottage, the newly refurbished, cozy Parlour…

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Pet Service at St Peters Church

October 7, 2019 By 0 Comment
Pet Service at St Peters Church

There were some four-legged members of the congregation on Sunday for an outdoor gathering at St Peter’s Church where the annual service of thanksgiving for pets and animals was held. The Seigneurie donkeys, Florence and Ruby, made their first official public appearance where they met the famous sheep Persil and dogs of all shapes and sizes, and Robin and Mia read poems that they had written about animals. The service…

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Build-A-Boat

September 14, 2019 By 0 Comment
Build-A-Boat

The second build-a-boat race took place recently with five entries building a boat from scratch in just a day then racing it the following day. On the day of the race, the atmosphere was electric.  Five boats took part with only four boats making the finish line as one of them decided to have a chat with a rock en route. They raced around the circuit just outside Creux Harbour…

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Friday’s Private Garden Walks

September 11, 2019 By 0 Comment
Friday’s Private Garden Walks

During the summer season between May and September, local volunteers take visitors around the North, East and West of Sark on tours of private gardens on the island. The walks normally take about two hours with refreshments in the last garden of the route. The walks start from the visitor centre at 2pm every Friday, and cost £5 per person which goes to a local charity. 

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Chief Pleas and Court of the Seneschal

September 11, 2019 By 0 Comment
Chief Pleas and Court of the Seneschal

The Chief Pleas building was originally the boys school and was used in 1942 to teach both boys and girls the German language during the Occupation. Chief Pleas, the equivalent of Parliament, originally made up of the Seigneur and the Tenants (owners of the tenements of land) sat for the first time in 1579. They administered justice as Jurats (Justices of Peace) but in 1583 the Chief Pleas acknowledged Guernsey…

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Sark Opera 2019

September 9, 2019 By 0 Comment
Sark  Opera 2019

The 2019 Sark Opera festival held its opening night on 5th September in the Seigneurie marquee, followed by a lunchtime performance at La Sablonnerie Hotel, then an evening gala performance at Stocks Hotel and finally a very special matinee performance at La Seigneurie. The musical programmes consisted of an uplifting mix of classical opera and lighter musical pieces. Each performance was wonderfully intimate in the smaller, relaxed venues on Sark….

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Mervyn Peake’s Blue Plaque

September 3, 2019 By 0 Comment
Mervyn Peake’s Blue Plaque

Mervyn Peake was a famous member of a group of artists on Sark, simply named the Sark Group, who helped to build the Art Gallery, now named the Gallery Stores and Post Office.  Mervyn created, arguably, some of his best work whilst living on Sark.  Some of his most famous works includes Gormenghast and Mr Pye. As a tribute to Mervyn Peake and the importance of his creations to Sark…

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Autumn Walking Week

September 2, 2019 By 0 Comment
Autumn Walking Week

Autumn Walking Week in Sark  From Monday 23rd September to Monday 30th September 2019  All walks are  £7.00 pp and last approximately 2.5 hours  Visit www.sark.co.uk for the full schedule or call the Sark Tourism Office on 01481 832345.    Monday 23rd September Seigneurs & Dames 11.15am from Sark Visitor Centre  Tuesday 24th September The Walk of the Commandos 11.15am from Sark Visitor Centre Wednesday 25th September Historical Secrets of…

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Sark’s First Hill Climb

August 26, 2019 By 0 Comment
Sark’s First Hill Climb

The harbour hill was closed to the usual traffic of tractors and walkers this Friday evening for the island’s first lawnmower hill climb race. Lawnmower racing has become an annual fixture on Sark but this year the organisers decided to expand the event to include a hill climb the evening before the main race. Twelve teams took part with all but one, who crashed on the corner by the power…

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Visitor Centre and Girls School

August 23, 2019 By 0 Comment
Visitor Centre and Girls School

The Visitor Centre was originally built as a Girls School by Seigneur Ernest Le Pelley in 1841, completing the project which had been envisaged by his brother Pierre Le Pelley in consultation with his good friend Rev Cachemaille, which was to use to the best advantage for Sark’s community the surplus of money being generated by the new silver mining venture. The School mistress was to be appointed by the…

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