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Victor Hugo’s write of passage

15th June 2012

The Australian Financial Review takes a closer look at the the artist, Victor Hugo's most creative period and why he loved the island of Guernsey so much. To read the whole article click here.

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Book recommendation

15th June 2012

A great review on Mary Ann Shaffer's and Annie Barrow's book 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society', telling a story of an English author learning about island's life during German occupation. Click here to read the review.

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New ferry service opens between Guernsey and Alderney

10th May 2012

Alderney and Guernsey may be only stone throw away but some may find it challenging to travel between those two beautiful islands.  Local ferry provider, Bumblebee, has launched a new connection between St Peter Port, in Guernsey and St Anne, in Alderney. Now, you can get away from it all in a short, 1 hour and 10 minutes, boat ride. To visit Bumblebee website, click here.

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2012 Liberation Day success

10th May 2012

Yesterday, Guernsey celebrated 67th anniversary of island’s liberation from German occupation during WWII. Despite poor weather, Liberation Day festivities were a called a success. Visitors could get engaged in charity activities, listen to live music and dig in to grill’s all favourite burgers. As every year, Liberation Day celebrations closed with a beautiful fireworks show at the Castle Cor...

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Sunday Movie Series at the Venue

1st March 2012

The Venue at Fermain Valley Hotel launches the Sunday Movie Series. Another great way to spend a Sunday Afternoon. Start at 12:00pm with lunch followed by one of the cinema classics. £25 per person package includes cinema entrance, a glass of wine and a lunch conveniently served in the cinema lounge and popcorn during the movie. The series commence on Sunday 18th March. Below you can fin...

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