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    The Viaer Marchi is a glimpse into the old Guernsey way of life. Demonstrated here is the traditional craft of weaving of crab pots.

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    Guernsey fishing industry has existed for over 500 years, the mainstay of the local economy throughout the Middle Ages. Fish were caught, salted or dried in Guernsey and Sark, then shipped as far as Southern France. Several local traditions have their roots firmly fixed in the early years of the industry, including the Guernsey jumper, which was derived in the 17th Century. The oiled-woolen jumper was designed for fishermen to protect them from the elements. Pictured: local chancre crab.


    The traditional Guernsey jumper which is still crafted in Guernsey and worn not only by locals, but by people all over the world.



    Guernsey Island

    Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands

    From Guernsey With Love

    Guernsey Gâche (pronounced 'gosh'), a traditional Guernsey fruitcake. Served toasted with Guernsey butter from the dairy, it is extremely tasty!

    Twilight at Guernsey

    On Guernsey

    Guernsey in the Summer


    Vintage Guernsey

    Grandes Rocques kiosk, Guernsey.

    The Guernsey National Trust walking path.

    Fort Grey, Guernsey

    Candie Gardens in Guernsey with the Victorian Greenhouse.

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    Hedge veg is a well-loved Guernsey tradition where you can buy locally grown produce on the roadside, or in this case, the beachside!