The north end of the island was alive with music this weekend for the second Sark Roots Festival. The event brought performers together from the other Channel Islands and abroad for three days of live music and local food in a celebration of land and sea. There was also a range of activities for children as well as a variety of workshops including drumming, yoga, lantern making, dance and permaculture….
Sir Ian Corder, the Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey, was on Sark this week to open the Clos a Jaon, a suite of luxury self-catering properties. The 18th century buildings were enjoyed by two generations of the Miller family before one of the sons, Andrew, took on the task of transforming them. The renovation work has taken two years and has been done almost entirely by local builders and craftsmen led by…
Pictures by Sue Daly The Baton arrives on Sark The Baton in Sark School Pupils get to hold the Baton Class One’s presentation Sark School with the Baton
Sunday 3rd September 2017 marked the start of the local ecumenical partnership between St Peter’s Anglican Church and Sark Methodist Church with special services held in both churches. The Dean of Guernsey, the Very Reverend Tim Barker, has been authorised to serve the Guernsey Methodist Circuit and Revd Karen Le Mouton, Sark’s Methodist minister, has been authorised to serve St Peter’s Anglican Church as the resident minister in pastoral charge….