Guernsey Government House

Sarnia Arts and Crafts Club Summer Exhibition

On Thursday 17th September, Lady Corder opened the Sarnia Arts and Crafts Club Summer Exhibition at St. James.   The exhibition is open for public viewing on weekdays between Friday 18th September until Wednesday 14th October, in the recently refurbishment Jimmy's Cafe.  Viewing is highly recommended!

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Lady Corder also presented the Plein Air Trophy to Gill Harrison, and a brass Guernsey milk jug to Maggie Perkins as winner of the publicity competition for her artwork titled "V for Victory".

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Sarnia Arts & Crafts (Trophy 2)


Established in 1924, the Sarnia Arts and Crafts Club is the Island's longest running arts club, and holds regular exhibitions to showcase the work of its thriving membership.   If you would like to find out more about the Club please visit their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/sarniaartsandcrafts/.

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