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14 May 2020

Guernsey 2021 - planning is the key

06 April 2020

Update from the IIGA

24 March 2020

Guernsey 2021 - pushing on with planning

03 March 2020

Technology Partner appointed

26 February 2020

Reasons to volunteer...

19 February 2020

Could you be a Games Maker?

17 February 2020

Sports planning progressing well ahead of Guernsey 2021

07 February 2020

Accommodation top of the list for Guernsey 2021

20 December 2019

2020 - a busy year ahead

10 December 2019

St. John - the importance of first aid volunteers

06 November 2019

Guernsey 2021 teams up with St John Ambulance Guernsey

01 November 2019

Recruitment campaign for Games Makers gets off to a great start

01 November 2019

Volunteer teams - key roles available

25 October 2019

Full volunteer registration system now available

10 October 2019

Winning medal announcement

09 October 2019

BREAKING NEWS - medal design competition winner

01 October 2019

Thank you to everyone who voted!

10 September 2019

Attachés and their vital role

09 September 2019

Fun and games at the Park

16 August 2019

Medal competition - LAST DAY OF VOTING!

16 July 2019

Message from Jorgen Pettersson, Chair of the IIGA

12 July 2019

Thank you Gibraltar 2019!

11 July 2019

Setting the scene for 2021

11 July 2019

Penultimate day in Gibraltar

09 July 2019

Excitement continues into day two

09 July 2019

Silver for Sark

07 July 2019

Great first day of competition

06 July 2019

Gibraltar 2019 is underway!

28 June 2019

IIGA Executive Committee bowled over in Guernsey!

28 June 2019

Plans for Gibraltar - follow our updates

28 June 2019

The rewards volunteering can bring

07 February 2020

Accommodation top of the list for Guernsey 2021

With the Guernsey 2021 NatWest International Island Games now just over 500 days away, an information meeting has been held for accommodation providers to tell them more about the plans for July 2021.


“Initial invitations have been sent out to the 23 member Islands, and they’ve all confirmed that they will be bringing teams over in July 2021” said Games Director, Julia Bowditch. “Provisional numbers are high, and it looks like this could be the largest Island Games to date”.


With help from the Chamber of Commerce, representatives from a number of accommodation providers heard about some of the plans for the Games, as well as the opportunities available. Dame Mary Perkins, Chair of the Organising Committee, said “It’s going to be busy. We’re expecting over 3,000 competitors, team members and officials and that’s before we add any visiting spectators! Guernsey is going to be full of people visiting the Island for the Games, and many of them will be coming to the Channel Islands for the first time, so we want to make sure they all have a good Guernsey welcome and enjoy their time on our lovely Island. We know finding space for everyone is going to be a challenge, which is why we’re working closely with accommodation providers now to ensure we have everything in place in plenty of time”.


The event was held at the Old Government House Hotel, part of the Red Carnation Group who are one of the key sponsors for the Guernsey 2021 Games. Alan and Áine Sillett from the Duke of Normandie hotel were at the event. “We are really excited about being involved with the Games”, said Áine. “This gives us a huge opportunity to welcome guests who might not normally have considered Guernsey as a destination to visit and through working with the Organising Committee, we know we can easily fill our hotel for the whole week. We hope everyone will join us in getting behind this fantastic event for the Island”.