This exhibition charts Guernsey’s course from 1794 until the dawn of the twentieth century. It will tell the carefully researched story of Jean Breton, the renowned Guernsey pilot whose seamanship enabled James Saumarez’s flotilla, to evade the French squadron in June, 1794. Encounters with modernity such as steamships; newspapers; libraries and urban planning will also be featured.
19th April – 10th May
Monday – Thursday: 9.30am – 5pm
Fridays: 10am – 5pm
No charge – feel free to come along!