Carl Ward is proud to have been born and bred in beautiful Guernsey. He is a Broadcaster, DJ & Event Host and has been doing that for over 30 years. He presents the mid-morning show on Guernsey’s commercial radio station.
It’s like bar hopping but with islands, not pubs. My friends from London who visited me in Sark knew that they wanted to make the most out of their weekend break in the Channel Islands.
Sara and Chantelle are a couple of "authentic donkeys" (as they describe themselves), both Guernsey born and bred. They met as they homeschooled their children and they share their love for the outdoor life that Guernsey provides.
Since the start of the 21st century, renewable energy has had a boom around the world. Such high acceptance and popularity of renewable energy are due to two main factors.
Antonia Rainbow is from the UK and moved to Guernsey with her husband and their two children 4 years ago, and they've never looked back!
Megan Seward is a personal coach and founder of Isle Health, a company that offers a variety of bespoke exercise programs for clients that have medical barriers to exercise.
Jess moved to Guernsey from New Zealand in 2020. She feels like she arrived in Guernsey at the same time as Covid and, because of Covid, she is still here. Her original plan was to drop by for six months.
Jack Collenette is a 23-year-old rising culinary star from Guernsey. Jack attended Catering College and has also worked at Moores Hotel for the last seven years. For his extraordinary skills he received the Apprentice of the year award in 2022.
Valeria Silva was born on the beautiful Island of Madeira and came over to Guernsey when she was 18 months old as her parents moved over here to work. She speaks both Portuguese and English and loves both cultures.
Linda Andreika comes from Latvia but has been calling Guernsey her home for 11 years! She came here in the spring of 2011 with her friends and has been here ever since.
Health and wellness facilities are well established in the Channel Islands and provide world-class care for health and overall wellbeing. The best facilities are available on the larger islands requiring transport to these islands.
Gemma Dawkins is a Jersey girl with an Aussie heart. Born here in Jersey she moved to Australia in 2019, spent 3 years there, met her partner and they have recently just moved back to Jersey.
Claire Haithwaite was born in Jersey and, at the age of 18, moved to London to pursue a career in design, publishing and retail design. Eventually she moved to Amsterdam where she renovated a number of Dutch canal houses.
Laura is a Jersey-born blogger who runs Nineby5. This originally started as a way of exploring the capabilities to achieve big city dreams on a small island and to embrace local creativity and talent.
As a writer and former dance teacher with a passion for history, Kary’s love of her Island home inspired her to qualify as a Blue Badge Tourist Guide, and to become a site guide for Jersey Heritage.
Becky Kinross is the lead videographer at Films About Love. Her passion for video started at the age of 14 and led her to train as a film editor at the Arts University Bournemouth.
David Priddis is a kayaker and photographer who loves to travel and explore the world. David was born in Australia and grew up in Jersey from a young age. He considers himself an honorary Bean.
In this interview we asked Molly & Sam, the co-owners of Mollies Cupcakes a few questions about their baking business which is based in Jersey.
Rachael Cumberland-Dodd, originally from Nottingham is now a fully-fledged Guern. Rachael runs her own marketing business called Feed Marketing and we asked her few questions about it.
Kezia is a newbie to Guernsey and she runs both The Boho Bride and Sew Guernsey. She is from Kent, studied Costume Interpretation in Bournemouth, lived and worked in London for a couple of years.
Have you ever been tempted to live as an expat but not sure if you are ready to drag your family kicking and screaming through the jungles of Southeast Asia to find a job?
Do you love a nice cup of tea? In this article we asked Katherine Boucher from The Jersey Tea Company a few questions about growing tea in Jersey.
Tish Delaney is a writer living on Alderney which she often describes as mini-Donegal. It reminds her so much of her childhood holidays. She is originally from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland although she left there when she was eighteen.
Melissa Campbell is the owner and MD of Situations Recruitment Agency in Guernsey. We asked her a few questions about her favourite spots on the island as well as about the recruitment industry in Guernsey.
Naomi Tustin lives in Guernsey and together with her husband Ben runs their own business - The Seaweed Food Co. In this interview we asked about her seaweed business and her life in Guernsey.
Georgi is a classical crossover soprano, Classic Brit Award Nominee and achieved No.1 in the iTunes Classical Charts in May 2021. Her work ranges from singing internationally, West End, performing with her girl group Ida Girls Official.
In this interview we asked Catherine Woodhouse a few questions about her little fragrance business and why she fell in love with Alderney.
In this interview we asked Cassie Arlotte - founder of The Grazing Kitchen - a few questions about her business and her favourite places in Guernsey. Cassie runs The Grazing Kitchen alongside her husband, Sam.
Etienne Laine has been a self-employed photographer for the past eleven years. He works with a variety of clients ranging from small startups, large agencies and private clients in print and digital.
Jimmy is a Guernsey local and a self employed boxing personal trainer owning JackalBoxfit. In his spare time he loves to go to CrossFit, yoga, and the gym. He is an obsessive Manchester United fan!
Rosanne Guille, or Rosie as most people call her, is a full time professional artist. She grew up on the magical, tiny, car-free island of Sark and has two teenage children who also grew up there.
In today's interview, we talked to Anett who comes from Budapest but has been living on Guernsey since 2019 with her partner who is a local. She is the person behind The Wedding Company whose mission is to make couple's
In this interview we asked Paul Mariess a few questions about his profession as well as about the best places to see in Guernsey. Paul is a born and bred Guernseyman who has travelled widely.
In this interview we asked Rujuta Sahani a few questions about her journey to become a food photographer and about her favourite spots in Jersey.
In today's interview, we reached out to Claire Galliott who lives in Guernsey and runs a floristry & styling company called Simply Bespoke that offers a bespoke floral services from bouquets to large events and weddings.
Megan is Guernsey born and bred and absolutely loves living on the island. She had a brief stint off-island for university but really did not enjoy living away from her family and the beautiful beaches and commons.
Becky is a former BBC presenter, influencer and blogger who moved to Jersey to start an influencer marketing agency. What does she like about Jersey?
Jackie is Guernsey born and describe the Channel Islands as Paradise. The Islands are all different, all special. Clean, safe and friendly.
First of all, we need to consider the perceptions of the Channel Islands by the UK residents. Typically speaking, UK residents adore the Channel Islands for their stunning natural sights and unique culture.
When traveling, eating vegetarian or vegan can be difficult, but often there are lovely restaurants that cater to a plant-based lifestyle around the world. The Channel Islands are no exception.
Probably the most exciting facet of the Channel Islands is their wine, cider and beer scene. The weather here is perfect for crafting premium beverages and spirits, and talent abounds.
The Guernsey and Jersey islands hiking trails offer stunning views from high up on cliffs or below on beaches. I want to share some hikes that have made me feel connected with this place so far.
If you have been considering boating in the Channel Islands, but don’t know where to start, then you have come to the right place!
The first thing that comes to mind when we think of eating on an island are dishes prepared with fish, shellfish, fruits and typical species of the area.
If you identify as a woman and are looking forward to traveling by yourself on a remote island, then you might consider seeing the Channel Islands, near England.
Whether you came by flying or sailing, once you arrive at any of The Channel Islands, what you most want to do is go for a walk. Some of these islands offer rides that you can do by car.
When we hear the name The Channel Islands, the first thing that comes to mind is nature, beach, sea, tourism and landscapes. Being a group of small islands, the last thing that would come to mind is literature.
When the days are the shortest, and their temperature is at its coolest, staying active on the Channel Islands during the winter may not be the first thing on your mind.
If you have ever tried yoga or regularly practice it, then you may know that it is a practice that prioritizes consistent movement, along with other principles.