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Important reminder: Operators of regulated passenger and cargo shipping services between Alderney and Sark or Guernsey are reminded that some of the existing '12 or under' licences will expire on 31 December 2017. To renew an existing licence or to apply for a new one, operators should contact the Office of the Lieutenant-Governor. Full details of how to apply are included on the shipping licence page.
The Lieutenant-Governor is the Crown's personal representative in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The current Lieutenant-Governor is His Excellency Vice Admiral Sir Ian Corder KBE CB.Read More
His Excellency and/or his wife are patrons of a wide range of Bailiwick charities and other organisations.Read More
The Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Corder host many visits and events, including visits by members of the Royal Family. Learn how to request an event.Read More
Each year, outstanding Bailiwick citizens and voluntary groups are recognised by the honours system. Learn how to make a nomination.Read More
Government House is the official residence of the Lieutenant-Governor and his wife. It is used to host guests from all over the world and to stage events and ceremonies in support of the Bailiwick and its community.Read More
The Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Corder will attend a GCOS Concert on Friday 15th DecemberRead More
On Wed 20th Dec His Excellency and Lady Corder will host an Awards eveningRead More
His Excellency and Lady Corder will visit several care homes over the Christmas periodRead More
Each year around four young people from Guernsey's uniformed youth organisations are selected to serve as Lieutenant-Governor's Cadets.Read More
His Excellency joins other dignitaries to dedicate RGLI memorial, 100 years after battle of Cambrai.Read More
Guernsey Soroptimists afternoon tea in support of 'Pink Ladies' breast cancer supportRead More
His Excellency presents medal to Mrs Beatrice WebberRead More