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Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust is crowdfunding

5%
£15,003
raised of £280,000 target by 79 supporters

Weʼre raising £280,000 to help fund a new community dairy on the Isle of Sark. We've raised £200,000 so far so will still really need your support to raise the rest.

Isle of Sark

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Sark is open for Business

"Our beautiful Island has experienced some trials in recent times. I believe this project will stir islanders’ hearts and strengthen their resolve to return to self-sufficiency." Christopher Beaumont, Seigneur of Sark

The initial plan is to create a sustainable dairy that contributes to the economy as well as the spirit of the community. A dairy that Sark can be proud of. A project that is GOOD FOR SARK and is GOOD FOR YOU.

We have raised just over £200,000 towards a sum of £480,000 to complete the project. So there's still plenty to do and we really need your help.

Sark is up and running, it’s open for business. Our island has a history of producing the absolute highest quality dairy products. Come and visit to find out what all the fuss is about.

The Trust will start by creating a new dairy business to be run by experienced tenant farmers. We will then turn our attention to projects that enhance the beauty of the landscapes, particularly the coastline. The first project will focus on reintroducing goats to the north of the island to assist in the management of L'Eperquerie Common.

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  • Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust 5 months ago
    Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

    Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

    5 months ago

    Hello everyone! Firstly thank you all so much for helping to support the Isle of Sark in building a new community dairy, we are one step closer with your donations. We are continuing on our quest to raise £480,000 which will be required to build the dairy, we have also received some very kind private donations since launching the campaign nearly a month ago, bringing the total now required to £360,000. We hope to share more goodness with you soon. Thank you again, The Sark Dairy Charitable Trust...

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6 months ago

Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust started crowdfunding

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Page last updated on: 1/19/2021 11.13

Supporters

79

  • Greg

    Greg

    Jan 19, 2021

    Sark Dairy means independence and independence means freedom which is a great thing!

    £100.00

  • John Dick

    John Dick

    Jan 14, 2021

    Good luck with this, always enjoy my visits when on holiday.John

    £30.00

  • Marc and Pamela Bleuze

    Marc and Pamela Bleuze

    Jan 6, 2021

    Great project for the island. We are happy to contribute. All the best for this beautiful project.

    £265.00

  • Verena (die_kurze)

    Verena (die_kurze)

    Jan 2, 2021

    let’s moove it! 🐂🥛

    £100.00

  • Richard

    Richard

    Dec 31, 2020

    A great project for the New Year. A pound for every donor in the old year!

    £75.00

  • Nicola and Chris Brooker

    Nicola and Chris Brooker

    Dec 30, 2020

    All good luck for 2021 from Worth Matravers where Jesty (inventor of the vaccination process by realising his milkmaids didn't get smallpox!)

    £50.00

  • Jan & Dominique Soulas

    Jan & Dominique Soulas

    Dec 26, 2020

    The local products from Sark are of great quality. And it will be the same with the dairy!

    £30.00

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Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

Isle of Sark

Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust was set up by like minded local Island residents who saw the need to maintain a working dairy on the Isle of Sark, after the previous family dairy closed for business in 2017.

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