This weekend's 7th Annual Torteval Scarecrow Festival brought the community together and entertained thousands of locals and visitors alike whilst raising money for charity.
So what made this event so popular and entertaining for all the family?
Summer just wouldn't be summer in Guernsey without the annual shows. They are a tradition and are not to be missed whether you are local born and bred, new to the island, or just visiting. Make sure you get along to the South, West and North Shows.
Whether you are new to gardening or been doing it for years, you will know the sweet taste of success when all your efforts are rewarded by serving up your own homegrown fruit and vegetables. But does that sweet taste ever turn sour?
National Bike Week was from 19th to 27th June and I set myself the challenge of swapping my car for my bike for the week to get to work, the gym, the shops, see friends etc and see how I get on and report back my experiences.
So what happened?
We live on a very special island which is playing host to the 2nd Art and Islands Conference and 6th International Conference looking specifically at small island cultures.
Why not get involved and have your say on YOUR island?
Guernsey Bicycle Group supports National Bike Week which promotes cycling and shows how cycling can easily be part of everyday life. I've set myself the challenge of swapping my car for my bike for this week. Why not be a part of it and get on your bike!
Every bride to be dreads hearing themselves being called the monster of the bride world - Bridezilla.
Where did this word come from and what exactly does it mean? Is it acceptable to have a 'Bridezilla' moment?