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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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Discover the Taste of Sark

June 5, 2017 By 0 Comment
Discover the Taste of Sark

It’s June and time to discover some of the finest food that Sark has to offer during our Taste of Sark month. 13 of the islands eateries are taking part offering a mouth-watering selection of meals and snacks featuring local seafood, meat and produce. Choose from fresh lobster, fish, crab and local lamb dishes, delicious home made cakes, ice-cream and preserves. Pick up the free guide from the Visitor Centre…

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Running Around Sark

June 4, 2017 By 0 Comment
Running Around Sark

Well done to everyone who took part in the 36th Sark Ten cross-country competition yesterday. 95 runners and walkers from Jersey, Guernsey, Herm and Sark competed in the four events. The ten-mile run took in the Coupée, Little Sark and the south coast cliff path before turning north and heading to the very top of the island then back along the west coast. The walk, which began earlier in the…

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Summer Sark Life

June 1, 2017 By 0 Comment
Summer Sark Life

The summer issue of Sark Life is out today. Sark’s youngest fisherman, Jordan de Carteret, shows us how our delicious crabs and lobsters get from seabed to plate and we discover the vibrant work of Rhona Haszard, a young artist on Sark almost ninety years ago. We get a preview of the luxurious Clos a Joan, the island’s newest self-catering complex, see the Sark Sanctuary Centre from start to finish…

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Round Island Boat Trips

May 30, 2017 By 0 Comment
Round Island Boat Trips

Navigating around Sark with its strong tidal streams and masses of reefs, islets and half submerged rocks is not for the faint hearted mariner. However George, like the island’s other fisherman, makes it look effortless. He skims past rocks and when the swell allows takes the boat into caves. He points out shapes in the rocks; a cat here, a camel’s head there, a pair of hands held as in…

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Scarecrows Going For Gold

May 29, 2017 By 0 Comment
Scarecrows Going For Gold

The theme for this year’s scarecrow contest is ‘Going For Gold’, in support of the island’s entry in the Britain in Bloom competition. The 13 entries were judged by the Lieutenant Governor, Sir Ian Corder, and his wife Kathrine. Helen Plummer’s tableaux of miners panning for gold, complete with solar-powered running water, took first prize and can be seen outside Mon Plaisir stores. The burglar climbing up the outside of…

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La Sablonnerie Restaurant and Tea Garden

May 24, 2017 By 0 Comment
La Sablonnerie Restaurant and Tea Garden

For that truly unique magical experience ……… a stepping stone to heaven; a hotel with a real ‘joie de vivre’  …….. La Sablonnerie  ……. the multi-award winning hotel and restaurant. The hotel is nestled in gorgeous gardens where you can savour a gourmet luncheon or dine romantically by candlelight.  Excellent cuisine, including fresh Sark lobster and produce from its own farm and gardens.  The hotel’s cosy bar with roaring log…

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Lorraine’s Pottery and Silver Studio

May 23, 2017 By 0 Comment
Lorraine’s Pottery and Silver Studio

Lorraine Nicolle was born and raised on the tiny island of Sark, in the Channel Islands. She has made her life there and runs a pottery in the centre of the island just off the ‘main’ street, The Avenue. Look out for the sign. Lorraine makes unique creations in both pottery and silver. For anything from £2.99 through to £60 you can own your own little piece of silver or pottery,…

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