Winter edition of The Review is out now

The Winter 2012 edition of The Review is out now, and contains articles on the Brock Bicentenary celebrations in Guernsey, Barry Jones’ contribution to the Society’s archives, Rachel Dobrée, the daughter of an 18th century merchant adventurer, A Wedding in 18th Century Alderney, an update on our Occupations Words competition for schools and the final part in Stephen Foote’s Review of the Review. As a prelude to a series of articles commemorating our 70th anniversary, it also includes a reprint of our founder Sir Donald Banks’ 1942 radio broadcast  to the occupied Channel Islands entitled “Sand and Granite”. It also includes the usual summary of the latest Guernsey news, and book reviews and details of forthcoming meetings.

It’s not too late to book a place at the 70th Anniversary Lunch on 9th February where the new Bailiff will be our guest of honour. For more details, please see here

70th Anniversary Lunch, 9 February 2013

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In 2013, The Guernsey Society will be celebrating its 70th Anniversary year. Among the events planned to mark the occasion, we will be holding an Anniversary Lunch with the Bailiff of Guernsey, Mr Richard Collas (President of the Guernsey Society) and a number of other honoured guests.

The lunch will take place on 9th February 2013, at the Charing Cross Hotel, London.

The cost of the lunch will be £30 for set lunch menu, including a glass of sparkling wine on arrival.

For more details – click on the following link: Guernsey Society 70th Anniversary Lunch, 9th February 2013 (Adobe Acrobat).

Update (4 February 2013): This event is now fully booked, and we are no longer accepting reservations.