GUERNSEY HISTORY 

6th March 1960
Guernsey players set darts record

A team of eight Guernsey darts players set a new world record for scoring 1,000,001 in a game lasting 23 hours and two minutes. They beat the previous record by four hours and 48 minutes. That landmark score had been set by a team from Bristol University just a week before.

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January in Guernsey through the years…

The States of Guernsey proposed a new airport

30th January 1935

Sark was awarded Dark-Sky status

25th January 2011

Hanois Lighthouse was cut off from Guernsey

20th January 1961

Work began on the Val Des Terres

8th January 1931

Guernsey opened its wartime files

5th January 1993

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