A True Guernsey Icon – St Andrews Village
Situated right in the heart of Guernsey, St. Andrews Village is a small settlement surrounded by rolling valleys and lush countryside. It is located in the parish of Saint Andrew.
Saint Sampson in Guernsey: A Rich Trading Heritage
The Guernsey town of St. Sampson, situated on the eastern coast, can often seem to be sitting cold in the shadow of the island's capital. St. Peter Port lies just a few kilometres to the south.
Sark – The smallest independent state of the British Commonwealth
Sark is one of the Channel Islands and is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey group of islands. These islands are situated in the Bay of St. Malo and are geographically closer to France than England.
Guernsey – A place people fall in love with and return to
Many people in the UK are confused about how the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man fit into the scheme of the UK. Well, the quick answer is
Culture On The Doorstep – Le Villocq
Central Guernsey is a region of winding rural roads and sleepy villages, all woven into a lush tapestry of fields and hedgerows. In the sizeable parish of Castel, there lies the small village of Le Villocq.
5 Reasons to Move to Jersey, Channel Islands
Jersey, the largest island in the Channel Island archipelago, is an enchanting place with much to offer. The island is a beloved destination for many people. Some like it so much they move there permanently!
Sark – An Island Under The Stars
Often finding itself in the shadow of its larger Channel Island neighbours, Sark still finds a way to shine. Covering just 4.5 square miles, the island is the second smallest of the group.
A Woodland Playground – Archallagan Forest
In the late 19th century, three areas of mountainous upland habitat in the Isle of Man were purchased by the Crown, paving the way for the creation of the island's first plantations.
Adventures on the island of Sark
The island of Sark is part of the Channel island and lies in the English Channel, off the coast of Normandy in France and is the smallest of the four main islands.