Monthly Archives: February 2014

  • Starting on Monday 24th February, World War One At Home, a UK-wide project, will broadcast over a thousand powerful stories throughout 2014 and 2015 – all linked to specific places across the country – in a way never told before. To help unearth and bring these original wartime accounts to life, IWM (Imperial War Museums) […]

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  • Here’s a seasonal tribute dish to Alderney, for their outstanding Finale to Bayeux Tapestry. Thanks too, to island chef Tony Leck whose recipe can be found in his book “Pavilion on a Plate” Loin of Pork with Bayeux Mustard Sauce Ingredients: 2k Pork loin joint 25g black peppercorns 45g unbleached coarse sea salt 2 baking […]

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  • NTG are pleased to be associated with, and grateful for Insurance Corporation’s support. Local conservationists are encouraged to celebrate their work through IC’s 24th year of awards to individuals, businesses, organisations and schools who’ve created – or may create – an environmental project for the benefit of the island.  IC go on to say: ‘This […]

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  • Designs for a multi-million pound, 5* hotel at former Idlerocks site have created a stir amongst islanders. Plans for a £20m makeover of the derelict fire-ravaged site were unveiled this weekend.  Architects propose a 35-bedroomed hotel, to include a spa and Michelin-starred restaurant. NTG’s President, Martin Ozanne was interviewed by Guernsey Press and said that […]

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  • Ever fancied working for the National Trust of Guernsey? The Folk and Costume Museum, Saumarez Park currently has vacancies for part time staff for the 2014 season (March – October) and would be keen to hear from anyone interested in taking up the posts. The posts offer valuable work experience in a paid position for a charity […]

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  • Alderney’s Bayeux Tapestry – ‘The Finalé’ –  is to be exhibited from 1st July 2014 – mid September 2014 at the Bayeux Museum, French home of the medieval original.  The three metre long work forms the missing final section of the Bayeux original.  It took over a year to sew and depicts the aftermath of […]

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  • No-one more that Elizabeth Lihou can tell the story of 2014 happenings at 26 Cornet Street.  So, without further delay and in Elizabeth’s own words, here we are! “Dear Friends, Old & New   I have just received the new catalogues and am pleased to see some really fine designs on our Irish Linen tea […]

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