Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • The Breedijk Fields at National Trust of Guernsey land at Le Gouffre are spectacular right now.  This beautifully located area is perfect for walking, picnicking and enjoying dens.  Whatever the time of year, there’s the rare aspect of a sea view from a sheltered area.  Take the cliff steps up from the restaurant at Le […]

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  • Those with a curious eye and a sweet tooth are in for a rewarding experience when visiting National Trust of Guernsey’s Victorian Shop and Parlour at 26 Cornet Street.  Our unique shop is fully open for the season and Manageress Elizabeth Lihou is delighted to report ‘brisk trade’ –  not surprising given the intriguing collection […]

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  • A couple of weeks ago we were delighted to receive a Facebook comment about the prodigious growth of ivy in Guernsey: ‘As a frequent visitor to Guernsey I am afraid that one day it will disappear under the ivy which is everywhere and makes the trees look as if they are all slowly dying , […]

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