Priaulx Library podcast!

6th September 2023
The Priaulx Library podcast, 'Guernsey Life & Times', is produced by our Chief Executive, Steve Foote, and a member of our Priaulx Library Council, Jim Delbridge. Jim is a seasoned local radio presenter. The podcast features interviews with experts on Guernsey topics, and examines all sorts of aspects of Guernsey life, tradition, and history. Here's a list of the topics covered so far!

Bookbinder 2023

2nd March 2022
The UK bookbinder visits the Library for a drop-in for non-staff customers. Please ring for further information.

A new catalogue and management system

17th September 2021
The Library is launching a new management system, which will make it easier to use the Library catalogue and borrow, renew and return books.

Visiting the Library (including new opening times)

25th March 2020
OPEN TO VISITORS From Monday, 1 June 2020, the Priaulx Library will once again be open to visitors without restriction. Entry is free as always. Please note NEW OPENING TIMES: the Library will open half an hour later every morning. Opening times are now from 10 a.m. Monday to Saturday (and not 9.30 a.m. as previously), until 5 p.m. We welcome enquiries about any aspect of Guernsey and the…

2018 donations to the Priaulx Library

10th September 2019
The World of de la Rue , a 150th anniversary presentation (of the company), from Mrs Geraldine Alford. A photocopy of a photograph of the family of James Henry Torode and Rachel Isabelle Mary Torode (nee Nicholle). From Jennifer Anstiss of NSW in Australia. From Mireille Ball: an illustrated account of Seaplane Bungalow . Jilll Barnicoat kindly donated the following items: Exhibition Catalogues…

Guillermo Tupper: A Guernsey hero's family visit from Chile

10th September 2019
A super morning spent with the lovely Tupper family from Chile - Alexander de Vic, senior and junior, Loreto and Isabel Margarita Tupper, descendants of the famous Guernsey-born soldier and hero of the Chilean Civil War, William de Vic Tupper. Born in 1800, he was the son of John Elisha Tupper and Elizabeth Brock. He was educated in Paris and his family intended him to become a merchant.…