The Jurisdiction of Guernsey is a possession of the Crown in right of Guernsey in the English Channel, off the coast of Normandy. The jurisdiction embraces not only all ten parishes on the island of Guernsey, but also the much smaller inhabited islands of Herm, Jethou and Lihou together with many small islets and rocks. The jurisdiction is not part of the United Kingdom, however defence and most foreign relations are handled by the British Government.
The name "Guernsey", as well as that of neighbouring "Jersey", is of Old Norse origin. The second element of each word, "-ey", is the Old Norse for "island", while the original root, Guern(s), is of uncertain origin and meaning.
St Peter Port Breakwater - (Location of 8 Bailiwick Records (Angler Fish, Couchs Sea Bream, Lesser Spotted Dogfish, Flounder, Smooth Hound, Tadpole Fish, Whiting and Ballan Wrasse)). As the records show, the St Peter Port breakwater is good fishing for many species. Located just passed Castle Cornet in the town of St Peter Port. The breakwater is a light house on the end of a pier. It offers easy access and safe fishing although it can be a very busy site due to this facts.
The guernsey is the mainstay of Guernsey's knitting industry which can be dated back to the late 15th century when a royal grant was obtained to import wool from England and re-export knitted goods to Normandy and Spain. Peter Heylin described the manufacture and export of "waste-cotes" during the reign of Charles I. The first use of the name "guernsey" outside of the island is in the 1851 Oxford Dictionary, but the garment was in use in the bailiwick before that.
The guernsey came into being as a garment for fishermen who required a warm, hard wearing, yet comfortable item of clothing that would resist the sea spray. The hard twist given to the tightly packed wool fibres in the spinning process and the tightly knitted stitches, produced a finish that would "turn water" and is capable of repelling rain and spray.
The guernsey was traditionally knitted by the fishermen's wives and the pattern passed down from mother to daughter through the generations. This is a practice which still exists today with the final finishing of the machine-knit parts completed by hand.
Concerns over a jumper clash had been raised before St Kilda and Adelaide ran out wearing barely-distinguishable guernseys during the AFLW’s Indigenous round at the weekend ... “The challenge there was with Indigenous round, both teams were really keen to acknowledge and celebrate the round with their guernseys,” Clarke said.
It’s finally here. The busiest week of the year for some ... 24 - Jan. 2. Thursday ... JoinGuernseyCounty on the courthouse lawn and watch your favorite holiday songs play in time to the lights on the courthouse ... Hot cocoa and freshly popped kettle corn can be found on weekend evenings, depending on the weather. Guernsey County Courthouse, Cambridge ... 31.
It’s finally here. The busiest week of the year for some ... Events listed are for Dec ... JoinGuernseyCounty on the courthouse lawn and watch your favorite holiday songs play in time to the lights on the courthouse ... Hot cocoa and freshly popped kettle corn can be found on weekend evenings, depending on weather. Guernsey County Courthouse, Cambridge ... .
Some 310,000 hunters chase deer during gun week and the statewide bonus gun weekend ... Still to come for firearms enthusiasts are the bonus gun weekend upcoming and the muzzleloader hunt Jan. 2-5 ... Licking tied Guernsey for fourth among the state’s counties open to turkey hunting with 28 birds taken during the fall season that ended Nov. 29 ... 10 ... 26 ... 1.