island of Guernsey


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Noun1.island of Guernsey - a Channel Island to the northwest of Jersey
Channel Island - any of a group of British islands in the English Channel off the northern coast of France
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Top sees for a fee If you want to get close to nature or are looking for adventure, you will find plenty of opportunities on the stunningly beautiful Island of Guernsey. Adventure activities including kayaking, kayak hire, coasteering and climbing are all available.
The races that day were the first in the World Offshore Championship series organised by the UK Offshore Powerboat Racing Association (UKOPRA) over this summer, with further races in the series due in July off the island of Guernsey and concluding in late August with contests over the long and challenging Torquay to Cowes course.
The light aircraft was carrying Sala from Nantes to his new team when it disappeared near the British island of Guernsey, along with 59-year-old pilot David Ibbotson, who has not been found.
The most recent re-established contact was with a bluff, hearty Englishman from the Channel Island of Guernsey, with whom I worked in the 1980s and had not seen since.
Mearns was hired by Sala's family to find the light aircraft after it disappeared near the British island of Guernsey on January 21, with the 28-year-old footballer and pilot David Ibbotson on board.
The group was also working in close coordination with the AAIB, which on Sunday began a three-day underwater search of an area four square nautical miles off the island of Guernsey.
Paul Wilson showed some lovely postcards (known as PHQ's) issued alongside the stamps from the Island of Guernsey.
A statement from Harbour Master Captain David Barker released by police on the channel island of Guernsey said the "difficult decision to end the search" has been taken.
Blue Islands - Flybe's franchise partner - is planning to resume its flights from Cardiff Airport to the island of Guernsey for this summer season, according to a release by the Airport.
An excellent balance of the macabre and the mirthful, the novel takes place on the British island of Guernsey. This foggy Channel island has a unique history, including its occupation by the Nazis, which lasted from 1940 until 1945.