Our Viaër Marchi Stallholders are an integral and vibrant part of National Trust of Guernsey’s annual community event, forged around an old Guernsey market scene.   Each year we welcome new and familiar stallholders and each year, many visitors make a bee-line for their favourite stalls, some of whom only appear at Lé Viaër Marchi.

We’re extremely grateful to our marketeers for supporting the National Trust of Guernsey and the attention to detail that goes into their unique show-cases.  Over the next few weeks, we’re pleased to be able to give our visitors a preview of some of the stalls at this year’s Viaér Marchi and look forward to seeing you there.  Stallholders, keep your information coming and we’ll post it as soon as possible!

Lé Viaër Marchi 2016
Monday 4th July from 5pm at Saumarez Park.



Cutting Edge Silhouettes are Sue Henry’s intricate, hand-cut paper artwork.  From Guernsey sea life, to a monochrome portrait of newlyweds dancing and even a dog, wearing a Christmas hat, riding a Harley Davidson – anything goes! ‘Hoot!’ is a mother and daughter creative business for the Henry family, which Sue describes as her second ‘light bulb moment’.  Sue and her daughter, Lucy James established a successful partnership to produce photographic artwork for wall display …
Come September 2016, Guernsey Woollens will have been running for 40 years, producing authentic Guernsey Jumpers, Cardigans, Crew Necks, V-Necks, Arans and sweaters for children.  Their garments are supplied to many chandlery’s and shops, plus they manufacture garments for a London fashion house and many Japanese labels.  Guernsey Woollens also sell direct to the public via their website and footfall through the door at their Vale workshop…