PRINCE Charles expressed the Queen’s heartfelt thanks as Guernsey’s leaders reaffirmed their allegiance to the Crown at a special ceremony yesterday.
NINE babies were born over the four-day Jubilee weekend, but not one of them was given a royal name to mark the occasion.
JUBILEE celebrations were a huge success that brought the whole community together – and they should be held more often, islanders said yesterday.
Pictures from the weekend’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
JUBILEE celebrations were enjoyed by thousands without many problems, as only 16 arrests were made over the four-day weekend.
THE Flying Christine III marine ambulance last night returned to Guernsey after taking part in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant in London.
HUNDREDS of people converged on L’Islet Common on Saturday as the Vale and St Sampson’s parishes held a joint celebration of the the Queen’s 60-year reign.
BOUNCY castles, gladiator games and making crowns and tiaras were some of the activities taking place at the Big Top Party at Cambridge Park on Saturday.
STUDENTS at St Sampson’s High School yesterday hosted Jubilee celebrations for elderly members of the community.
If there’s one thing Guernsey does well, it’s celebrations. And there are plenty to look forward to during the Diamond Jubilee bank holiday. Here’s our guide to what’s happening – read on, and prepare to party…
JUBILEE parties planned around the parishes will spoil islanders for choice.
THE Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Bailiwick of Guernsey on Thursday 19 July, Government House confirmed yesterday.