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Wild Flower Fortnight 2018

February 20, 2018 By 0 Comment
Wild Flower Fortnight 2018

Wild Flower Fortnight. Monday 23rd April to Monday 7 May 2018

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A Stitch In Time

February 16, 2018 By 0 Comment
A Stitch In Time

The soft furnishings in St Peter’s church received a little tender loving care this week when a group of ladies spent the afternoon repairing the tapestry kneelers and cushions on the pews. The tapestry work was begun in 1977, starting with the cushions in the choir stalls, and over the next couple of years a fifth of the population and some visitors were involved in completing the cushions for the…

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Rosanne Guille’s New Website

February 15, 2018 By 0 Comment
Rosanne Guille’s New Website

Sark artist and illustrator Rosanne Guille welcomes you to her new online shop, showcasing a selection of her watercolours, oils and charcoal drawings. You will be able to buy canvas prints directly from the website. Rosie’s Gallery in the Avenue will be open from Easter. Her website address is http://rosanneguilleart.com/

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First Jumble of 2018

February 13, 2018 By 0 Comment
First Jumble of 2018

  Islanders braved the wet weather this weekend to hunt for bargains at a jumble sale at the Island Hall. The stalls of books, toys, clothes and bric-a-brac along with the raffles, cake stall and tombola raised £514.00 that will be donated to Neuro Concern Guernsey. The next jumble sale is on Saturday 24th February. Pictures by Sue Daly Enjoying the jumble

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Volunteers in Action

February 12, 2018 By 0 Comment
Volunteers in Action

Volunteers have been out over the last two weekends tending to two of the island’s most beautiful locations. In an initiative led by La Société Sercquaise, an area of blackthorn has been cut back at the top of the Eperquerie Common to reveal the view. The work was done with a digger but the job of removing the last few roots and rocks and levelling the ground was carried out…

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Oddsocks on Sark

January 12, 2018 By 0 Comment
Oddsocks on Sark

Fans of Shakespeare are in for a treat this summer when the fabulous theatre company Oddsocks come to Sark for the first time. The group specialise in comedy versions of the Bard’s work performed outdoors and here on Sark will be setting up their stage in front of the Seigneurie. On Monday 20th August they will be performing the Tempest as an evening show and putting on a matinee of…

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Discover Sark

January 6, 2018 By 0 Comment
Discover Sark

Sark Tourism and the Isle of Sark Shipping Company have joined forces to promote the island with an exciting new guide called Discover Sark. It includes information on how to get here, what to see and where to eat as well as features on the island’s beaches, local produce, history, dark skies and wildlife. There is also a detailed guide to the wide variety of accommodation available here. Discover Sark…

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Christmas Celebrations in the Avenue

December 28, 2017 By 0 Comment
Christmas Celebrations in the Avenue

A crowd gathered outside the Gallery Stores on the Saturday before Christmas to begin the annual tradition of singing carols from one end of the Avenue to the other. The carollers were treated to drinks and festive nibbles from the various shops and businesses they visited. The staff at Foodstop always dress up and this year looked fabulous as western saloon girls. This year’s carol singing has raised over a…

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Santa’s On Sark!

December 21, 2017 By 0 Comment
Santa’s On Sark!

  A group of parents and very excited children gathered at the Colinette this weekend to welcome a special guest all the way from the North Pole. Santa arrived in true Sark style on a carriage pulled by a herd of reindeer and accompanied by his elves, Fiona and Paula. They led the procession through the village to the Island Hall where Santa gave each child a present, even the…

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Sark School Christmas Play

December 18, 2017 By 0 Comment
Sark School Christmas Play

Parents and friends of Sark School pupils filled the Methodist Chapel recently for the children’s Christmas play. Through words and music they told the nativity story through the eyes of the innkeeper’s cat. The cast of shepherds, kings, angels, Mary and Joseph, not to mention the fabulous cat, captivated the audience with their wonderful singing and story telling – a magical festive treat!

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