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Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust raised £1,100 from 11 supporters


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Closed 03/12/2021

raised of £120,000 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,100 to Help fund a new community dairy on the Isle of Sark. We've raised £360,000 so for but still need your support to reach our goal of £480,000.

    Isle of Sark, Channel Islands
    Funded on Friday, 3rd December 2021

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    "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 £360,000 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.



    • Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust1 year ago
      Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

      Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

      1 year ago

      Hi everyone! Sark Dairy Trust team here. We have been making amazing progress on the dairy and fundraising over the last 12 months from when the project really kick-started. We have so far raised an amazing £360,000 out of our £480,000 fundraising goal. This has been done through various events, private donations and several online campaigns where the support has been unbelievable. The dairy building and milking parlour is nearing completion, with cows due to arrive from Guernsey in the coming weeks.

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    1 year ago

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    • Nick Brummitt

      Nick Brummitt

      Dec 2, 2021

      I was sent the details by the best chocolate makers ever Caragh Chocolates. What you are doing is truly amazing and I wish you every success. I will do my best to visit your wonderful island one day.


    • Ben Jordan

      Ben Jordan

      Dec 2, 2021

      This is a great project and will help sustain a community. Well done.


    • Matt and Vicki Webster

      Matt and Vicki Webster

      Nov 28, 2021

      Thank you for the yummy milkshakes!


    • Anonymous


      Oct 31, 2021


    • Greg


      Sep 13, 2021

      Let´s get this over the finish line quickly!


    • Axel Christian Lenz

      Axel Christian Lenz

      Sep 4, 2021

      Sark is beautiful! :)


    • Marsh family

      Marsh family

      Aug 31, 2021

      Thank you for explaining how the milking worked and taking the time out of your busy day


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    Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

    Sark Community Dairy Charitable Trust

    Isle of Sark, Channel Islands

    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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