La Société Sercquaise

The Sark Society

Welcome to

Founded in 1975 to study, preserve and enhance Sark's natural environment and cultural heritage

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Our Heritage Room & Cider Barn

Our Heritage Room is a treasure trove of information for anyone interested in Sark's history and natural history. Located in the centre of the island at the end of the Avenue, between the prison and Le Manoir, we share the building with Sark's Visitor Centre. It was built in 1841 as the Girls' School and our half was renovated by members and opened in April 2005. It houses our library, collections, displays and herbarium as well as hosting temporary exhibitions in the summer.

Visitors and researchers are welcome and entry is free. Our volunteers are always happy to help you find what you are looking for and we have wi-fi.

Just across the road is our newly restored cider barn. This also houses exhibitions, meetings and other events.

Our Groups

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Botany

Opening hours of our Heritage Room

We are open every weekday between 11am and 1pm from

Easter to the end of September

All images copyright of Sue Daly/La Société Sercquaise 2021

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