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Guernsey Arts

Guernsey Arts is a not for profit organisation which directly supports Island Artists and Bailiwick Arts Organisations with funding support and insight. The overarching aim of Guernsey Arts is to [...]

Rainbow Chorus

Do you love supporting or being part of the LGBTQ+ community in Guernsey? Do you want to be a part of an inclusive music making group? Have you ever wanted [...]

Afternoon Tea Dance

The monthly dance takes place at the Wayside Cheer, usually on the third Sunday of every month. The afternoon is filled with all the Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence, Line and [...]

La Rocque Choir

We meet from 7.30-9.30pm on a Tuesday evening. The choir is open to anyone over 18 irrespective of whether they can sing or not. The intention is to have fun, [...]

Living Voice – Holistic Voice Therapy

Holistic Voice Therapy is a combination of voice, breath, movement and mindfulness techniques which helps the client to enter into a conversation with themselves to support them improve their health, [...]

Guernsey With Kids

Guernseywithkids.com is a website aimed at providing a hub of relevant information that inspires families to get the best out of Guernsey. What started as a blog has become a [...]


Danceography was established in August 2011. Ballroom, Latin, FitSteps, Argentine Tango - suitable for all ages and abilities along side Wheelchairography. FitSteps launched in 2013. This is a fitness workout, [...]

Wheelchairography Guernsey

Wheelchairography Guernsey has been formed as a group of people who love to dance but now are only able to with the aid of Wheel Chairs. We meet once a [...]

Community Library – Vale

La Nouvelle Maraitaine Community Library A dedicated library room with ample parking and wi-fi access, it offers a wide selection of fiction, non-fiction, large print, audiobooks, DVDs and jigsaw puzzles. [...]

Guernsey Welsh Male Voice Choir

The Guernsey Welsh Male Voice Choir was first formed in 2003 under the guise of “Welsh Boys Aloud”, when a group of Welsh expatriates from the Guernsey Rugby Club decided [...]