Renewable Energy in the Channel Islands – Present & Future Opportunities
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.
Interview with Jess – Photographer and travel blogger living in Guernsey
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.
Interview with Etienne Laine – Portrait and lifestyle photographer from Guernsey
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.
Interview with Rosanne Guille – Professional artist from Sark
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.
Interview with Megan Cluett – yoga studio owner from Guernsey
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.
A Unique Christmas In The Channel Islands
Channel Islands are filled with breathtaking coastlines, hidden beaches and an astounding history that will take you back in time. They are great place to spend Christmas this year.
A World of Intrigue – Western Sark and Brecqhou
The lush landscapes of Sark, with the absence of motorised vehicles, are some of the most peaceful places in the Channel Islands to go walking.
Sark: An Island That Wants to Attract New Residents
Recently, the island of Sark has been in the news, after Swen Lorenz, a German businessman who has lived on it since 2004, alarmed to see how the population of the place decreased dramatically.
Sark Village – Where Time Stands Still
When you think of a traditional island village, you might picture narrow country lanes fringed with hedgerows, a line of cosy, rustic houses and a peaceful atmosphere that gently nourishes the soul.