By using this site, you consent to our use of cookies on this website in accordance with our cookie policy. Got It


Channel Islands

County in England

The Channel Islands include Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey, Sark and Herm. They lie close to the French mainland and each has a unique character, blending the spirit of Briitain with French culture and influence.

Originally part of the mainland, the Channel Islands were formed after the Ice Age. Archaeological evidence dates mankind's presence as early as 4000 BC and the Islands are scattered with traces of Neolithic man, including defensive earth works and burial chambers.

During the Second World War, the Islands were occupied by German forces. The German Underground Hospital in Jersey is a chilling reminder of the harrowing days of conflict. The Islands were liberated on the 9th of May, 1945.

The Channel Island's present a distinct blend of ancient past, enduring traditions, and idyllic beaches and countryside. Use the links below for more information on the Channel Islands. Alternatively, search for a specific island, port or town.

Where would you like to go?

Welcome to Channel Islands local - for todays featured content simply use the easy menu buttons shown above.

In todays spotlight...

It's often said..."a picture paints a thousand words

Our fascinating local scene pictures of Channel Islands can't fail to interest those of all ages with most kindly provided by local photographers...

Why not join in by uploading and sharing a few of your local scene photos!

Is your website listed in the Channel Islands local business directory?

Why not check to see now...

It takes just seconds and with an astonishing 40 million UK visitors we genuinely help to promote your business and professional services both locally and nationally - the best part...

It's completly free and super easy!

To make sure you're not missing out simply see the local business directory - button at the top of the page

– Posted Thursday, February 22, 2018

Today on your Local Notice Board & Genealogy

No posts yet...

Island quick links:

We could still use some content here!

Why not contribute a link or two for the Channel Islands page?

Using our easy content submission service, it's a simple, free way to add your valuable input!

Add a free listing today with our easy submissions service!

Some photos where shown kindly supplied by Geograph, and are subject to this creative commons usage licence.